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Digital page images are linked to the text file. t t ijt Itxrtf rb tkpublican Fine Job Worka Specialty 0 IF IT IS NEW YOU WILL FIND JT IN TilE REPUBLICAN Subscription 1 a Year e VOLXVIIIHAltTFORD OHIO COUNTY KY FRIDAY OCTOBER 13 1905 No 13 RAIN AND SNOW- Fall From a Cloudless Sky o- t Beautiful Warm Day Mysterious Phenomenon Wit messed by Many People at Sev enth and Center Streets A curious natural phenomenon at tracted the attention of number o people Sundayt says the Owcnsboro Inquirer When Mrs W M Cough went into her yard Saturday afternoon her attention was called to something resembling snow Hakes falling from above She looked up and over the housetops she could discern the white Hakes falling to the ground She reported what she had seen to her husband The neighbors began to congregate and all were greatly mystified Sunday just at 2 oclock Mr GouRh went out to see if the happening of the day before was to be repeated At first rain began to fnllin the one spot followed shortly by snow The curious thing about it all is that the a spot is the only place where the rai a or snow falls Every place around is dry This always takes plat when the sun shines in and never in cloudy weather So far no solution of the problem has been ulrered Death of CI T Maddox Clifton Maddox son of J B Mad dox departed this life October 3 1903 at the home of his grandpar ent J D Hell near Matanzas of rI typhoid fever Clifton was born July 15 1889 age 16 years 2 months and 1C days He professed religion e when only 13 years old and joined Waltons Creek Baptist church where he held his membership till death The funeral services were conducted theday after his death by Revs L P Drake and L W Tichenor afte I which his remains were laid to rest tp in the family graveyard near West Point church His mother preceed ed to the better world when he was only seven months old after which he made his home with his grand parents Clifton was a good boy an will begreatly missed in the home and community The community extends condolence to the bereaved in this their sore afflictions W Hartford College Notes Miss Arbye Brown visited her par 4enls near Centertown Saturday and SundayEveret Tichenor matriculated in the business department last week Rosco Render and Joseph Cham paign were in Centertown last Sat urdayWill Crowe who has been absent on account of sickness is expected to enter school again next week Otis Wallace has been absent a few days on account sickness Report of attendahce for Septem berPrimaryEnrollment 51 average attendance 43 average day at Jtended per pupil 17 number of pu pils who has neither been absence norI tardy 10 IntermediateEnrollment av erage daily attendance 42 average days attended per pupil 19 pupils who have not absent 27 pupils who have not been tardy 14 SubCollegiate Enrollment 49 average daily attendance 47 aver age days attended per pupil 19 pu pils not absent 30 pupils not tardy 40 Collegiate Enrollment 52 aver daily attendance 49 average 6days attended per pupil 19 pupils not absent 35 pupils not tardy 47t Come ana See Just received an elegant new line of Jewelry such as Watches Rings Chains c Will also do your watch and clopk repairing in firstclass vstyle All work guaranteedt R W KING 12t4 Hartford House Killing During Fune nJnBowling Green Ky Oct 9John Phelps was killed yesterday afternoon at Honakers Ferry this coon 11 r I 4 1 ty by liis first cousinJohn Honaker I The shooting is said to have been the result of a dispute over the estate of twnThe uncle was a wealthy man and there had been litigation over the will The killing happened during the Masonic funeral over the grave of Mr Honaker who died several months ago Mice thefhas been this day mutually disolved and no one is authorized to do busi ness in the name of said company except in the way of winding up and settling whatever unsettled business said firm may have This October 2nd 1905 G W MARTIN C T SLACK 12t2 W S MARTIN KILLED BY OFFICER Marshal R F Stevens Shot Pink Growbarger Whom He Had IUnder Arrest LManlhal R F Stevensshot and instantly killed Pink Growbarger at Mclknry about 6 oclock last Satur day afternoon Stevens came to Hartford immediately and surren dered to the Sheriff There are con flicting reports us to the facts lead up to the killing It is agreed that Growburger was drinking and at the request of some parties Stevens ar rested and started to the lockup with him It was on the way to the prison that trouble arose whichend oil in Grow elYt hoteve tunesfrom which He died almost in stantly Marshal Stevens was guarded by Sheriff Keown and Deputy until- r Monday when the hearing of the matter was continued until Tuesday Tuesday the examining trial was set forward to yesterday When the case was called for trial yesterday both sides announced ready andall the witnesses were swornbut after further consultation between the attorneys the defendant wiaved examining trial and by fordthe defendant and County Attorney Barnes the bond was fixed at 3000 which was given and Stevens was released Notice Hartford Local Union A S of EI will meet at the Court House in Hartford the third Saturday in Octo ber at 2 oclock All members aro requsted to be present Important business will be transacted F W PlRTLE PresIR B MARTIN SecI HERBERT Oct SMrs Tula Brown and Flo Moorman of Weber were theI guests of Miss Amanda Stewart WednesdaytWill Hale and wife Mrs Alma Givens and two daughters of Haws ville visi ed relatives at this SundaeR Miller and wife S F Midkiff and wife with relatives at WebelINine children of Will Payne are ill with diptheria- Dr and Mrs Huff spent Saturday at Hawesville Dave Miller visited his daughter near Whitesville Sunday Willie Loyd Barretts Ferry vis ited relatives here last week A T Skinner and wife attended he fair at Owensboro Thursday B H Givens made a business trip to Roseville Tuesday Miss Mabel Miller Who is attend ing school at Fordsvillespent Sunday at home entcrtaihedtitwere Mrs Clyde Moorman tend two sons Truman and Rilso Mrs Fan A Gabbott and datigfijer Miss Clara j visitedlfirelatives r Jt Hd RURAL MAIL ROUTES Conditions Necessary to Their Establishment Petition and Good Roads Indlpensable The purpose of rural free delivery dailyIonwho would otherwise have to go a reIceivethe roads traversed by a rural route shall be in good condition unobstructed by gates that there must be no unbridged creek or streams not fordable at all ordinary seasons of the year and that each route be- Ing twentyfour or more miles in l length as a rule shall serve not less I than 100 families Routes less than twentyfour miles long are establish ed where they cannot be made the standard length and a proportionate number of families is required on such routes A route shall be so ar ranged that the carrier will not required to retrace or travel over t same road twice the same day It is the policy of the department I not to establish rural free deliver staljroutecollection service is given unless it is feasible to supersede the service given by the star route by the rural delivery service u NARROWS Mr John C Greer of Adaburg was the guest of his daughter Mrs H C Powers the first of the wee Mr C C Beard Republican ca didate for Representative was here TuesdayMrs B Renfrow went to I dy3r U d8srr 4t brother Mr Jack Walker who is very sick of typhoid fever Mr and Mrs John B Renfrow Mr and Mrs A R Renfrow Mrs Ida Renfrow and Miss Magnola Her frow attended the fair atOwensboro last week Mr B P Petty went to Louisville Wednesday to buy his falland winter stock of goods Mrs Dr H T Bean who has been visiting relatives here for the last two weeks returned to her home at Auburn Wednesday Mrs H C Powers is visiting relatives at Adaburg Mrs Thomas Petty of Barrett Ferry is sefionsly illof typhoid fever After an illness of only forty eigh hours Mr W H Carter died at hi residence here Tuesday morning Mr Carter was taken violently ill with flux Saturday night After few hours the flux subsided but hi kidneys wholly failing to perform their function caused his death a the time stated Mr Carter was one of our most successful farmers as well as one of our very best citi zens and the community shares deep ly with his family the sorrow over his death Mr Carter was about sixty four years old at the time of his death was a consistent member of the Baptist church and a member of the Fordsville grand army port by whichorder his burial services were conducted at the Smith burying ground Wednesday morning He leaves a wife and three sons to mourn his unexpected death Wanted 40 Pick Winers at McHenry Mines McHenry Ky MCHENRY COAL COMPANY By R T 1YEDDINCtf fGAS BELT EXCURSION x ISunday Big FourRouteh To the Indiana Gas Belt Special train level 7th Union Depot Louis I vill at 7 oclo ck a m Extremely low round trip rates as follows tushvilleSlOQ Knightstonva1p0 ed nderson i25j Alexander 125 Marion 150 Tickets on sale at City Ticket Of 2595th Avenue and at depotIS J GATES Gen + c sj SUFFERED FOR YEARS A- COMPLICATION Robust Women Who Owe Their Restored Health andIUsefulness to Pe=ru=na Read the Letters of Grateful Women Cured by Dr S B Hartmans f Free AdvicetThousands of Testimonials Re ceived Every Year L Z = A IAn Ideal Medicine MISS LOUISE St Ihulbigtmif Vt Vlcy1resldcnt Exchange writes Your medicine Is an Meal ii tarostore lost health and strength I Coffered for several years be4pwnpahaandfrequent head f Bblien lf ts I would often wake from l sleep In such pain that would I 1 utter for hours before myeyea I f i laI+ w phslclanshoping jar c that their medicine did adfteem to cure me a friend ijIfollowed her advlcofor leru a h was the only medicine for roesfrEvery ache and pain dIsap- peared N In four month and 1 l ttLnMy earnest advice to suf faring women It to try Pc iO J theywlJnot jf Louise Mather CMc U- VEiiJ SIlendld LE JYLMrsMonica Cal Secretary Santa Monica Musical Society writes was troubled for over three years bylemaeThis Induced frequent headaches nervousness hysteria and sleeplessness which nothing could relieve until I tried Peruna I begun to feel better after I 1nli taken the first bottleful and improved from week to week until at the end of abut eleven weeks I was entirely well I am pleased to say that I have enjoyed splendid health now for nearly ti year I have a fine appetite enjoy anymoreTyler MANsArrested by Marshals Barnett 1Reneer and Deputy Sheriffs 1Cbester Keown- t A young man who gave his name as Jackson was arrested here by Marhals BarnettReneer and Deputy Sheriff Chester Keown and placed in jail Wednesday on a charge of petit larceney He had been operating as what is known as short change man He is accused of hav ing unlawfully taken money from a clerk of Mr E J Tilfords at Beaver jam His tactics are sirs pIe and have been in practice professional crooks for along time He would enter a mans place of business and call for a cigar or some other article of small value and in payment therefor offer a bill of small denomination and on receiving I his change slips a dollar or two in his pocket and demands additonal change at the same time show the change in his hand If the merchant is not positive that he gave out the right change he will probably hand out the additional amount demanded Jackson gives Hopkinsville his and says that he has a brother there who is worth all kinds of money Juror Decorated With Flags Russellville Ky Oct JBedeck with gay colors foreman of tlje jury which today failqd to find a verdict in the case of Guy Lyons charged with criminally assaulting Mary Gladder was escorted around the town after the jury had been Ii- Yr Y WITH OF Completely Regained Her Health Miss Edith Reams 720 NorthMain St Dayton 0 writes 11 I suffered for some time with both lung and female troubles ihadbeen underthe treatment of a good physician for about nine months without obtaining any relief when Peruna was recommended tome Alter taking twelve bottles of this medicine I have completely regained my health lam pleased to recommend Peruna to any ono suffering from the above all ments Edith Beams No testimonials published without- written consent W tliu writer dismissed Eleven jurors were for ten years The Jim Lyons case is now on Mrs Anna Lyons Mother of Ji Lyon died this morning at 3 oclock This is the second witness to die since these trials were called Th other was Fletchers wife- CENTERTOWN i I Oct 10Mrs LC Morton Alvin Rowe and wife have returned from their visit to relatives in Louisville W C Smith Richardsville is visiting his son Dr J L Smith Mrs C W Shugart and son o Greenville and Mrs M H Tappan j Hartford visited the family of H H Davis last Sunday Dr J D Maddox Rockport and- Re G H Lawrence SmallhousI delivered an able I the night of the 9th inst against the sale of intoxicating liquors Miss Mary James Select visited Mrs N E James here Saturday and Sunday Sunday school and prayer meeting are yet existing and doing good SHREVE Oct 9The A S of E met at Trisler October 7th also Shreve Union By unanimus consent they consolidated Trisler surrendered her charter and joined us We had a good meetingall seemed to be anxious to push the work forward We received eight new members and will j get tho most of thbftirmerantoul j next meetfingw have 62 members ifSalttloIEarly Risers The famous littlo pills i l it FEMALE DISEASES I l1 America Is the Land of Nervous Women The majority of women are nervous because they suffer from some form of female disease The greatest obstacle in the way of recovery is that they do not llnderl and that catarrh is the main source of their illness Women who are in doubt as to their ailments should write to Dr Hartman President of The Hartman Sanitarium descriptionment and age He will promptly reply with full dI- rections for treatment free of charge UNDER ADVISEMENT tomAdvance Howards Case Rec PrintedeWashington Oct 10The James B Howard case came up in the Supreme Court today when Attorney theIcase on assigned from oral argument as soon coursefthe case may be expected next Mon day Mr Hays also expected to move today that the Caleb B Powers case also be advanced but hewassurpris edto find that the record in the case had not been printed Heat once sent some telegrams to Kentucky and after he had filed the message he said that the records will be print ed and that he will file his motion in the Powers case in ten days or two weeks He said also that when he files the motion in the Powers case he will file also a petition that Fed al Judge Cochran be mandated to re turn the case to the State court Mr Hays family is with him Call For Convention The Republicans of the town of Hartford arc hereby called to meet in mass convention at the Court House on Monday night October 16 1905 for the purpose of nominating candidates for Police Judge Mayor six Concilmejr be voted for on 7th day cf Novirber1905 This October 4 1905 CoCHESTER m 1 Nre tf 77 4 fl AFTERPERILS OF DIVORCE Bigamy and Blackmail Two c Them and They are Increasing Sw York tunl Tribulations which have recently befallen various married persons and xmarned persons in this city sug Best that divorce has become a more hazardous business than it used to be There was a time when the case was ended when the man and woma got his or her decree Divorce seemed a simple thing in those days Now the real troubles of a mismated husband or wife sometimes seem to begin only when the decree has been grantedIt happens that troubles of the kind referred to have their ooh gin in the New York Divorce Court New Yorkers may be concerned i them but the actions have usually been brought elsewhere Laws are more lax in other states and some of the methods of legal procedure are so simple the New York litigants without entire confidence in their cause seek relief from them rather than in their home courts The Western Divorce courts have for years attracted petitioners from all parts of the United States and even the questions raised as to their validity have not impaired the popularity of the Dakota quick and easy methods As an example of the comparative laxity prevailing in some states it may be said that in some parts of the South service on the defendant in an action is possible in the following elementary manner If the de fendant is not in the state and cannot be found either because his orI her whereabouts is really unknown or because the plaintiff does no want to find out where he or sh really resided the court may an attorney to be served nameI defendants place It is then to give this attorney the last known address to the defendant and the attorney is expected to make personal service in the case if possible He may or may not succeed In any case the service is valllIIThe man and woman vorced and marry again only to find I afterward that owing to some flaw the original proceedings have iailedI to free them legally are slTheteof irregularity in divorce to black mail the man or the woman who happens to have money enough to pav for their silence The power of these men is very much greater when there has been a second mar riageOne prolific source of after trouble in divorce cases arises out of the question of jurisdiction and the fnilI4 ure of the plantiff to h ing the action in the state in which he or she has a legal residence A man or wo man may go to a state and take up a j IIIIelave it is entirely conceivable that ender the circumstances the defend unit may never hear of the proceed Jnjjs until inter the end j It happened only a few months IiIHII1that he Imd got divorce from her I ind was married to another woman hough she had newer been awere that he had begun the proceedings M Kcito was obtainer in a South western State where lax require ieiiUn lonfvice prevails It seems probable that this man had no real c oxidwic in the State where he Brought hi suit for divorce The rile is determined to prove that It IetIif the first wife had not decided contest the care the husband j itfhl have lived for several years n tranquillity satisfied that his di viixe had been properly gllUlltol1I then some attorney who figured inj he action or talked about it with somebody who knew of tho flaw in thc proceedings might have wanted j to take advantage of the irregular J i in the proceedings Or such blackmail he might have c fattened as any revelation as to the vrejruliirKy if f ho first divorce would l have been fatal u i thrpeace tuul rep A JtationIf tilt plant 1 Saved Ly a Mule Ifh la I I Ky who was in a railroad wrec kIIndiana recently attributes the offa says When I came to my senses a huge timber was lying across m y back which I could not move In glancing around looking for help 1 discovered a mule standing withi a few feet or where I was pinioned- looking at me us if wishing to rc der assistance Soon the mule turned its heals to ward me and began to kick The first struck the timber and glazing 1the second hit it full and just graze my ear which now shows the mar as you can see and somewhat move the timber The third kick raise it sufficiently for me to slide from under andas I arose from the ground the mule followedevi dently satisfied with the good wor accomplished A Daredevil Rldo often ends in a sad accident To Ke liucklennArnica Salve A deep wound i my foot from an accident writes Theodore Schuele of Columbus 0 caused me great pain Physicians were helpless but Bucklens Salve quickly healed it Soothe- and heals burns like magic 25c at Z Wayne Griffin S Bros drug gists WORLDS HIGHEST HOTE New York Syndicate Arranges for FortyStory BuildingWill Eclipse Everything A 40story hotel will soon be con structed on Thirtysecond street west of broadway New York on th site of the old House of All Na tions When this structure is com hotetI thee most magnificant The plans have so far progressed adI t Sixth avenue at its jurisdiction with Broadway in Thirtysecond street Its ground dimensions are 125 feet wide and 200 feet depthrunning through to Thirtyfirst street ing shows that the best of roc 30Ion earth can be built with absolute safetyThere will be accommodations in the hotel for 2200 patrons which will make it the largest in the world in that respect Five hundred single rooms with baths will be provided and in every suite of parlor bedroom and bath will be a refrigerating box for wines and provisions All thIbeds are to be of brass and the fur niture will be of mahogany Another novelty will be iced water for drinking purposes laid on in every room Hog Philosophy- A symmetrically developed hog is the profitable porker- A runty pig may be properly de fined as one that eats its headoff about three or four times a earfThe hogpen is the original banking institution on the farm und the far met can draw on his account any day the year Everlastingly at it is the successful I hogmans motto You cant make the most of the pigs andslight them for a single daytThe State fairs cators we have for the rank and file a of hog growers They set higher ideals fir men to work toward The high grade hogs now found on the average farm trace through best and purest known the hog breeding woddtPint worry about feeding the sow till the litter is a day or two old at least and then go slow Feed something light omit coolingrThere is a better nmrgiRJfor profit I in a wellfed litter of pigs than cane found in any other like investment nf money on the farm I IIForTo a hosts a cut without leaving a scar r to cure boils sores tetter eczejs na and all skin and scalp ueDeWitts WhWi Hazel Salve specific for blind bleeding itching md prtrudingpiles Stops the pain instantly and cures permanently Get a guarantee sol1 ly Z Wayne T v j t I is NERVY WOMAN Dressed As a Marl Lives As a Tramp For Love of i HusbandI IxaIr1kw illy 111111111I 11I will stick to him if I have to havento wear mens clothes again and followI him across the continent on a freight train declared Mrs Edward Park litdalkIII husbmnd1 ce years ago she lias seen her husband sent behind prison bars He is now in yearskwife has returned to her home Salt Lake City lirighuiIni years ago a e 11and buggy which Johnson had stol en After a long pursuit John was arrested He escaped from jail but his wife pursuaded him surrender himself Later he tv litir put on a s bands clothes They tramped from Ogden to Evanston Wyo where bothsecured employment as site maintaininLIt was exciting if it was hard she says and no one ever knew was not a man I disguised myself so I could be with my husband all the time and I was with him a1ways We were in saloons together i and in gambling houses and no one ever knew the difference gdet into his trouble He was gambling I and so was I He lost all his money and made out a check It was in hisI own name Then he made out oth j er checks In all there were five or six I think 1 started for Salt Lake City after he was arrested How did we travel Why w went every way but mostly heatin freight trains We rode on th brake beams sometimes and on top of the cars when it was safe or i empty cars I Mrs Johnson was Hester Larson andwas less than 1ti years of age eiopekJ j a respec t able family i Do You Want Strength If you want to increase your strength you must add to and not take from the physical In sothe- words the food that you eat must j be digestedassimilated and api proriated by the nerves blood and tissues before being expelledlfrom the physical It gives strength to and builds up strength in human system It is pleasant to theltastejand palatable and the only one compina t tion of digestants that willjdigest the I food and enable the system to ap propriate all of its heap andstrength I giving qualities Sold by Z Wayne Griffin BroIItrnli The RailroaaISI important have become the railroads to civilization that their construction and operation are not only questions of national pulley hut even of international contention There cent war between Russia and Japan was largely struggle over the Man churia Railway The possession of the railroad was the stragic key not merely to a military situation but to commercial situation The coun ry that possesses it controls in great measure the trade of the orient China has made a remarkable pro guess ince the Boxer outrages At last she has opened the door of her oriental seclusion to the commerce and civilization of the world The announcement which has been made by the Chinese Minister to President Roosevelt of the policy of his govern in the construction of railroads I an epoch in the history of China and it may perhaps be reguard ed as a thousand mile post in the development of the human race Chit has not only decided to multi rail but to build them herself and means the opening of enormous trade to the world While it is pos that the population of China been exaggerated there is of course no doubt that she contains hundreds of million of people who only need modern menIf communication to btiTr 1 stomers for the paoducts of the ++ ri Nut only China to buid I i i N but the government seems to have been theleast competely converted to methods of western civilization and is determined to bring western ideas to the people as fast as possible Faith Not Necessary You may be just as skepticl arid pessimistic as you please Kodol will digest what you eat whether you eat or not You can put your food in a bowl pour a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure on it and it will digest it the same as it will in your stomach It cant help but cure In curd1 had faith and some didnt Kodol will cure you if medicine can cure you whether you have faith in it or not Sold by l Wayne Griffin Bro HOUSEinBride and Groom of Only Two j Days Ask to be Sent to itemiseu lnIIIlolnn XPJ asAu amusing incident occurred here last week in matrimonial cir ellS in which Squire Quince Juhnson had a prominent part thrust upon him A certain couple from hack in IIg11m- with marriage license mind asked him to the tie the knot which he did- I delivering his wellknown common law ceremony Just two days later the same couple reappeared1al1l1 inperfumed the Squire for an order to go to the Comity Poor House Quince thought this was the limit and turn ed the request down A similar visit was then paid to Judge Rider who took the same view It has not been reported just how much Quincy re ceived for performing the ceremony and as he is a little sensitive on the whole matter we have not interview ed him eACar Load of Ants punyKfew days ago from New York Then ants were of a peculiar variety found in Central America and said ito be destructive of the boll weevil the great enemy of the cotton plants The insects were shipped in glass tubes properly encased The ants will be distributed through the Southwest where they are needed from New Orleans DeWitts fflSV Salver For Piles Burns Soros G leer orlglncil U nrlvulcd M ualcal B I A ttrnctlve j1npp4p11XYUN1pI1n 1111111111111111111N1111111111111111 LOST HIS PANTS In a Pullman Passenger Car and Delayed Passenger Trot tic halt Hour II a r1uinrdu I1pntrh 1 E D hull of Omaha delayed pair senger traffic half an hour this morn ing by the row he raised over the loss of his only pair of pants which haul been stolen from him in a Pullman sleeper I lie was in a throughcar and when an attempt was made to get him out so the car could proceed West he refused to budge The officials in despair finally rushed to an uptown store and got him a makeshift covering for his extremities The whole car full of people took part in the search for Mr Halls trousers when the car was approach ing Denver this morning The victim of the sneak thief wildly excited yelled directions to the porters ninth the conductor from his closely screened section When he left the train he was swearing vengeance at the robbers and the railroad officials in general and the the Denver agent of the Burlington in particular for bringing him a pair of trousers six inches too long He admitted that he laid his trous ers on the floor the same as he does when at home but he declared in future he would sleep with them un der his pillow A Pleasure to All These Famous Little Pills are so mild and effective that children del icate ladies and weak people enjoy their clansing effect while people say they mire the pills sold Sold by Z Wayne l Bro Stork Brought Four Boys I Ilviiiim iNJ 1014111- 6line one chance in 1 000 which physicians say is the average percentage of quadruplets fell to the lot of Mrs David Johnston of Kingston the wife ofa farmer 15 miles from lucre yesterday All are boys and are expected to live Pres I BEST TALKING MADE 750 to 12 to 65 Tho Graphophono roproduoos all kinds of muslo perfectly band orchestra violin vocal and Instrumental solos ttuartottcs etc It Is an source of amusomont Loud rllllnntnsplrlnjj 125d1 positive shnngI ALLS MACHINES Cylinder Machines Machines XINIX14111111111111YIIIINIXIIIIn1YINL1MN1111MNININ1111111X YIYINININIYINIY COLUMBIA Gold Moulded TINW n1111NppxIXINUNnWINIgnIxO1X1uu U11nbIIXUINInnplnbVIUIIN IIidlntthem Quadruplet births are very rare and a particularly strange feature I is that they are hardly ever females In July ISii quadruplets were born to the sixteen enloldwife of Jamesi Platt of Union Milles Ind At Ou time there were only five cases in the country Mrs Johnston easess is the sixth uric 1I1ii one i just in Ohio In Paris out of 108000 births in tiO years there has beers but one case of quadrup lets Knew the Difference f i In a courtroom in North Carolinaq according to a story related by Rep resentative Small of that state a man was on trial for lunacy Ills sanity was doubted and the District I 4 Attorney thought it best to prove it lie put the following to one of the leading witliessesyIw you think the prisoner can distinguish between right and wrong ninth good and bud I think he can sir said tin witness for 1 saw him take a drink of whiskey over at Bill Skinners billIand he said it was powerful stuff Yes sir I think he knows t the difference between good mind had The bar enjoyed a grad laugh furl the proof was accepted RollovedI ulent poisons of undigested foul- C G Grayson of Lula Miss took Dr Kings New Life Pillwith tint result he writes that I wascured 4 All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative Jfie at 7 Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore guaranteed Not Ills Fault Jones I notice that your unclf left an estate of half a million Brown It was not his fault if he didI1Jones How do you lint IOu Brown He would have taken it with him if he cou- ldunsmo i zaeaBun teeItsIifd You Itmue tlsat 8i BotkaIeatnnd JfZ I LHatrRenewer youthStops j IItntltllti J Grand Prize l St Louls 19O4 ttalttt 1 Columbia fraphophones 100 Disc ondloss i Cylinder- Records reported question j 1 RIchE G ftptlviitlnj outvcurlnl RCHonunb Delightfuluperlor N SI In11PU11 wNnl IN Iy11 N1ry 1250IINn IXI4UI11N11 COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS 7Inch SO cents each 5 per dozen lOlncli 1 each 10 per dozen Grand Opera Records made In ICMnch discsonly JJ2 each Send for latest cutaloguot of machlneu and records We Imvo all tho nawest popular lilts la both styles of rmooftlm cylinder anti dltof Columbia Phonograph Company 117119 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 J Grand Prlzo 68t Louts t9O4 r- x ijwP4 e+ sn ltaaMUk4n r AFTERPERILS OF DIVORCE Bigamy and Blackmail Two cf Them and They are Increasing New York bunJ Tribulations which have recently 1 befallen various married persons and exmarried persons in this city sug gest that divorce has become a more hazardous business than it used to be There was a time when the case was ended when the man and woman got his or her decree Divorce seemed a simple thins in those days Now the real troubles of a mismated husband or wife sometimes seem t begin only when the decree has been grantedIt happens that troubles of the kind referred to have their ori gin in the New York Divorce Court New Yorkers may be concerned in them but the actions have usually been brought elsewhere Laws are more lax in other states andsome of the methods of legal procedure are so simple the New York litigants without entire confi dence in their cause seek relief from them rather than in their home courts The Western Divorce courts have for years attracted petitioners from all parts of the United States andeven the questions raised as to their validity have not impaired the popularity of the Dakota quick and easy methods As an example of the comparitive laxity prevailing in some states it i may be said that in some parts of the South service on the defendant in an action is possible in the follow ing elementary manner If the defendant is not in the state and can not be found either because his or her whereabouts is really unknown or because the plaintiff does no want to find out where he or sh really resided the court may an attorney to be served nameI defendants place It is then to give this attorney the last known address to the defendant and the attorney is expected to make personal service in the case if possible He may or may not succeed In any case the service is valid The man and woman who are di vorcedand marry again only to find I afterwarJ that owing to some flaw the original proceedings have failed I to free them legally are nowadays made to suffer in various ways There are plenty of lawyers who do not hesitate to use their knowledge of irregularity in divorce to blackI mail the man or the woman who happens to have money enough to pav for their silence The power of these men is very much greater when there has been a second mar riageOne prolific source of after trouble in divorce cases arises out of the question of jurisdiction and the fail ure of the plantiff to h ing the ac tion in the state in which he or sheI has a legal residence A man or wo mall may go to a state and take up a residence merely for the sake of bringing the action Is the state is II one in which she rules of service are Jax it is entirely conceivable that under the circumstances the defendant may never hear of the proceed ings until after the end IIugo11andnever awere that he had begun the proceedings i M LJIW was obtainer in a South western State where lax require menu all iowviee prevails It stems probable that this man had no real iesiUwice in the State where he l drought his suit for divorce The i wife is determined to prove that act I if the first wife had not decided o contest the case the husband j might have lived for several yemrslj m tranquillity satisfied that his din c0 had been properly Jt1IUlttlI then some attorney who figured in he action or talkeel about it with o somebody who know of tho flaw in the proceedings might have wanted to take advantage of the irregulars iriii the proceedings On cuih blackmail he might have fatWhed M any revolution as to the I irregularity fIhefirtdivoreewould- have been fatal u thy peace and rep i itatinn f tin plniit1 o i Saved ly a Mule v i ht aId I Ky who was in a railroad wreck ini Indiana recently attributes saving of his life to the action of n mule He says When I came to my senses a huge timber was lying across my back which I could not move In glancing around looking for help discovered a mule standing within- a few feetof where I was pinioned looking at me as if wishing to render assistance Soon the mule turned its heals toward me and began to kick The first struck the timber and glazing lid the second hit it full and just grazed my ear which now shows the mark as you can see and somewhat moved the timber The third kick raised it sufficiently for me to slide from theoground the mule followed evidently satisfied with the good work accomplished A Daredevil Ride often ends in a sad accident To heal accidental injuries uses Bucklens Arnica Salve A deep wound in my foot from an accident writes Theodore Schuele of Columbus 0 caused me great pain Physicians were helpless but Bucklens Arnica Salve quickly healed it Soothe and heals burns like magic 25c at Z Wayne Griffin S Bros druggists WORLDS HIGHEST HOTEl New York Syndicate Arranges for FortyStory BuildingWill Eclipse Everything A 40story hotel will soon be con structed on Thirtysecond street west of broadway New York on the site of the old House of All Na tions When this structure is corn hotelttheemost magnificant The plans have so far progressed adISixth avenue at its jurisdiction with Broadway in Thirtysecond street Its ground dimensions are 125 feet wide and 200 feet depth running through to Thirtyfirst street Boring shows that the best of rock foundations can be found within 30 feet of the present surface and that a sky scraper unsurpassed anywhere- on earth can be built with absolute safetyThere will be accommodations in the hotel for 2200 patrons which will make it the largest in the world in that respect Five hundred single rooms with baths will be provided and in every suite of parlor bedroom and bath will be a refrigerating box for wines and provisions All the beds are to be of brass and the fur niture will be of mahogany Another novelty will be iced water for drinking purposes laid on in every room 0 IHog Philosophy- A symmetrically developed hog is he profitable porker- A runty pig may be properly defined as one that eats its headoff about three or four times a year The hogpen is the original banking institution on the farm and the far can draw on his account any tiny n the year Everlastingly at it is the success ul hogmans motto You cant the most of the pigs and slight then for a single day The State fairs are the best educators we have for the rank and file of hog growers They set higher ideals fur men to work toward The high grade hogs now found m the average farm trace through the best and purest ancestry known t1 the hog breeding world Pint worry about feeding the iow till the litter is a day or two old kt hust and then go slow Feed something light and cooling There is a better margiRifor profit r a tvrll fed litter of pigs than can be found in any other like investment f money on the f umyr IForall Kinds of Piles the fire out of a burn seals a cut without leaving a scar r to curt bails sores tetter eczema and all skin and scalp diseases ueDtjWitts WMch Hazel Salve V sujcific for blind bleeding itching aid pr jtrudlngpik Stops thepain nstantly and curls permanently Get a guarantecli t v Z Wayne n h x NERVY WOMAN Dressed As a Man Lives As a Tramp For Love of Husband IAIIIlikf rity IIXpntrhl- j I will stick to him ir I have to wait forever for him if I have to wear mens clothes again and follow him across the continent on a freight train declared Mrs Edward Park Johnson today speaking of her married life in the course of which she has dressed as a man mid tramped it with her husband Twice since tier marriage three years ago she seen her husband sent behind prison bars He is now serving a sentence of six years in I Wyoming for forgery and the young wife has returned to her home ill CitvI from BI ham City three years ago with a horse and buggy which Johnson hadstol en After a long pursuit Johnson was arrested He escaped from jail but his wife pursuaded him to surrender himself Later he wj pardoned Mrs Johnson cut her hair and put on a suit of her husbands clothes They tramped from Ogden to Evanston Wyo where both secured employment as meet herders the wife still maintainin her disguiseIt if it was hard she says and no one ever knew I was not a man disguised myse f so I could be with my husband all the time and I was with him always We were in saloons together and in gambling houses and no one ever knew the difference- I was with him the night he got into his trouble He was gamblin and so was 1 He lost all his money and made out a check It was in hi s own name Then he shade out otl er checks In all there were fiv e or six I think I started for Salt Lake City after he was arrested How did we travel Why we went every way but mostly beating freight trains We rode on th42 brake beams sometimes aniIon tot of the cars when it was safe or in empty cars Mrs Johnson was Nester Larso- and was less than 10 years of age when she met Johnson and eloped with him She belongs to a respect able 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in- a great measure the trade of the orient China has made a remarkable progress ince the Boxer outrages At last she has opened the door of her oriental seclusion to the commerce and civilization of the world The announcement which has been made by pw Chinese Minister to President govell1I ment marks an epoch in the history of China and it may perhaps be reguard edas a thousand mile post in the development of the human rate China has not emly decided to build rail roads but to build them herself and this means the opening of enormous trade to the world While it is possible that the population of China has been exaggerated there is of course no doubt that she contains hundreds of million of people who only need modern nmns 4 com lunication to bt1l trtnlrs for the paoduets of L v i Not oil is China to hat 1 t but t118 4atleastmethods of western civilization midis determined to bring western ideas to the people as fast as possible Faith Not Necessary IYou may be just as skepticl and pessimistic as you please Kodol will digest what you eat whether you eat or not You can put your food in a bowl pour a little Kodol Dyspepsia Cure on it and it will di gest it the same as it will in your stomach It cant help but cure In curIinghad faith and some didnt Kodol will cure you if medicine can cure you whether you have faith in it or not Sold by i Wayne Griflin S Bro TO COUNTY HOUSE Bride and Groom of Only Two j Days Ask to be Sent to Poor House i1Ioccurredshere last week in matrimonial cir cles in which Squire Quinceloh son had a prominent part thrust upon him A certain couple from back in the country apiece called upon him with marriage license and asked himI i to the tie the knot which he did delivering his wellknown common law ceremony Just two days titer the same couple reappeared and im portuned the Squire for an order to go to the Couty Poor House Quince thought this was the limit and turn j eel the request down A similar visit whoIceremony and as he is a little sensitive on the whole matter we have not interview ed him j A Car Load of Ants The Clyde Steamship Company brought a car load of aunt to port a few days ago from New York The ants were of a peculiar variety found in Central America mod said weevilnthe great enemy of the cotton plants The insects were shipped in glass tubes properly encased The ants will be distributed through the Southwest where they are needed from New Orleans OBwittrSwnnHemelSalve For Piles Burns Soros I G oar orlglnnl U nrlvuled M ualcal B I A ttructlvo 1 x1IIINIIIINnINXINiNNN N i1N LOST HIS PANTS In a Pullman Passenger Car and Delayed Passenger Traf I fic halt lour I 11qr tulorda UlNrmtrlt IIE D Hull of Omaha delayed pair Lliger traffic half an hour this morning by the row he raised over the loss of his only pair of pants which hind been stolen from him in a Pullman sleeper lie was in a throughcar and when an attempt was made to get him out so the car could proceed West he refused to budge The officials in despair finally rushed to an uptown store and got him a makeshift covering for his ox tremities i The whole car full of people took part in the search for Mr Hall trousers when the car was approach ing Denver this morning The victim of the sneak thief wildly excited yeller directions to the porters and the conductor from his closely screened section When he left the train he was swearing vengeance at the robbers mid the railroad ollicials in general and the the Denver agent of the Burlington in particular for bringing him a pair of trousers six inches too long He admitted that he laid his trousers on the floor the same as he does when at hone but he declared in future he would sleep with then un der his pillow A Pleasure to All These Famous Little Pills are so miM and effective that children dei icate ladies and weak people enjoy their clansing effect while strong people say they are the hest liver pills sold Sold by Z Wayne Griffin I Bro Stork Brought Four Boys Tiviiiiiii iVJ i IM iuitih TIll ono chance in 1 OOH which physicians say is the average percentage of quadruplets fell to the lot of Mrs David Johnston of Kingston the wife of a farmer Iii miles from hero yesterday All are boys and are expected to live Pros p BEST TALKING MACHINES MADE Cylinder Machines 75Oto1OO Disc Machines 12 to 65 Tho Craphophono reproduces all kinds of tnualo perfectly band orchestra violin vocal and Instrumental solos quartettes etc It Is an source of amusement Loud r1111antnsplring 1251Cl positlye IALLS IINXNiI1N11111111NI111111111111N1IINIIINNCIIIN1IIINXIINIII XLIx1 COLUMBIA Gold Moulded Cylinder- RecordsIINNpIpNxlnUN11111nbrlnl NlnpiplpJN W UNIN1iIlNlilIilxpI W InNININ idcnt Roosevelt will bo naked to nan1l N thermI 1 Quadruplet births are very ran and a particularly strange feature is that they arc hardly ever females In July 1SH9 quadruplets were born to the sixteenyearold wife of James Platt of Union Miller Ind At the time there were only five cases in the country Mrs Johnston cases is the sixthone Two of the births in Illi nois and the last one before the one just reported in Ohio In Paris out of 108000 births in 00 years then has lien but one ease of quadrup lets 0 Knew the Difference- In a courtroom in North Carolina according to a story related by Rep resentative Small of that state a mail was on trial for lunacy Ills sanity wus doubter anti the District Attorney thought it best to prove it He put the following question to one of the leading witnesses N i Du you think the prisoner can distinguish between right and wrong and good and bad I think lie can sir said tin witness for I saw him take a drink of whiskey over at Bill Skinners bar and he said it was powerful good knowsI1I1ItIbad TIll bar enjoyed good laugh mill the proof was accepted Frightful Suffering RollovocJ Suffering frightfully from time vir ulent poisons of undigested fowl C G iraysnn of Iula Miss took Dr Kings New Life fills with the result hewrites that I was cured 4 All stomach and bowel disorders give way to their tonic laxative 25c at Z Wayne I riflbmlirasdrugstore Iuuranot His Fault Jones I notice that your uncle left an estate of half a million Brown It was not his tumult if he did 11 Jones How do you maid Brown He would have taken it w with him if ho could unlaTOSZxBun the Ml Kist Yw llati Aiis Bjiia BlffTSltttrt 11 11 n VEGETABLE SICILIAN Hair Renewern heavyAlwaysStops falling hair also Sold for fifty years rfli77rtrirt ll Ir Grand Prize St Louis 1904 Columbia QraPhoPhones ondloss occurred Rich E G nturtttlninguptlvuting outsv curing ROHontint Delightfuluperlor T2S 1 JI NNp6x IINNINUINNlull COLUMBIA DISC RECORDS 7Inch 50 cents ouch 5 per dozen lOlncli it unuh 10 per dozen Grand Opera Records imticlo In OIncli discsonly 2 ouch Send tof tmtamt catalogue of machine and rocoril Wo hero all thu nawctt popular bits In both styles of record cylinder and tscs Columbia Phonograph Company 117119 West Fourth Street CINCINNATI 0 I Grand Prize St Loulfe J9O4 1 n aar W nf f- e Fr STARTS CAT RANCH I Bright Young Man is Raising Tabbies For Their Skins tallraurntalIA1rlhuiii J The latest products of the glorious 4 climate of the West is a cat ranch J This old maids paradise is located on n small island in PugetSoundand the ranch occupies the whole island This was necessary In orJer that there may be no neighbors to complain for the nightly concerts off several thousands of cats would na- turallyj bring forth complaints and make the life of a municipal Court Judge one round of misery Hoibc Tortgen the young ranch- man I has been the guest of Min 4ncapolis and who is on the fair road to wealth by the originating of anew industry that may develop 0into something very large before he finishes with his idea Young Tort gen was formerly a resident of Minneapolis when he first came over from the old country but he did not remain here long preferring to take his chances in the new West where I there were chances for a life on the + ocean wavefor he had been brought iiT in nautical pursuits So he went to Washington tried Seattle and a drifted about a bituntil the cat idea struck him He located a little shanty on the island built himself a fine sail boat and was monarch of all he surveyed He knew something of furs having been raised up in that business in own country and when he found IIhis black cat skins brought as high as1iO at thmw and never less than a dollar it looked to him like a good thing It was six years ago when the first bunch of cats were takenover in the boat to the island and naturally there are plenty of black eats now It is a veritable Hoohoo ranch and the squalls ofI the felines often reach to the main A land when the wind is l lthtII have made it a Im r ruse said Mr Tortgen speaking of his plant I now employ seven boys and men to help me and have no trouble finding a market for my I skins The fur is much better thanI the average cat fur because I use care and keep the cats well fed and l where they will not fightso that the fur and skins are perfect We feedI chiefly flshav there is an abundance of it handy waiting for the netst such fish as is not marketable and 1 work the two things together fish mind cats There is nothing a cat would rather have than fish to eat and they keep finn and glossy on it They breed rapidly and 1 have tak en pains to raise only the largest kindsso that the skins that I sell are the best on the market I have just been East in the fur markets looking over the demand for fur to use for imitation seal The black cat is valuable because it does not have to be dyed but there is so much imitation seal being used that I have thought there might be money in raising a cat fur thatwould have a uniform color that would dye like seal Many of the imitation seals are made Prow rabbit skin but cat is much more durable and stronger My Idea was to begin the breeding t of Maltese cats in another part of the island and separate the two by wire fences The color would dye vervnicely I left some skins to be y treated and dyed and the report will decide what I will do No there is no cruelty in killing the animals We want to preserve the skins in tact so we kill them by the use of sulphur fumes in a large room with low ceiling The fumes kill the animals painless r ly and they are good for the fur also f Theyoung cat raiser made no se crebof his business because he said the demand for cat skins is so great that there was little chance of the business ever being over done tVWards off Pneumonia All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable lire I quickly cured of One Minute Cough Cure Clears the phlegm daws out inflammation anti heals and soothes I the affected parts strengthens the lungs wards off pneumonia Harm r less and pleasant to take Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Do Animals Reason Some Denver experimenters last month PUl fox terrier in a box stuffed with iV mixture of cotton and camphor and took the prisoner by night to a farm near Pueblo There they released him in the morning j in a county as new to him as the interior of Puerto Rico would have been but under the stimulus of homesickness he vanished before night and at 12 oclock the next forenoon he appeared at the business end of his Denver boardinghouse In a bee line the distance is about eighty miles and it is absolutely cer thin that he could not have steered his way forty yards by scent He I could not have traveled by any clew of his adventure in the camphor box Nor were there landmarks to guide him in the labyrinth of un known mountain peaks How did he do it Cheated Death Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death He says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused me great pain suffer ing and anxiety but I took Electric Bitters which effected a complete cure I have also found them of great benefit in general debility and never trouble and keep them con stantly on hand since as I find they have no equal Z Wayne Grifiin Bros druggists guarantees them at 50c I OIL IN LARUE COUNTY Found at the Depth of Only 121 FeetBellef That FlOeIWells Will Result I1HqThe people of the Lyons section of the county are very much interested in the matter of boring oil wells in their section for the purpose of testing the question as to whether oil- can be found there in paying quantities It has been supposed for years that the section around Lyons would likely produce oil if wells were ever bored but no practical test has ever peen made of it However the matter has been tested by accident and the belief is that fine wells could be bared in that vicinity anti considerable excitement prevails among the people at the present time A few days ago three wells were dug for the purpose of getting water and when the wells were only twelve or thirteen feet deep oil was disco ered in considerable quantity These wells are all on the Thomas Edlen farm just below Lyons Sta tion mild on the L and N rail rod Two Dog Tales- I have an unusually intelligent dog said the man who likes to spin yarns when with a party of friends He was taught to say his prayers slid if youll believe me that dog now wags his tail whenev er he sees a minister anywhere near him I have a dog with even more in telligence than that quietly re turned a member of the party One day when he got out in the street some mischievous boys tied a tin can to his tail and if youll be lieve me the dog headed for the nearest saloon and backed right up to the bar One cola anI notnel The seasons first cold may be slight may yield to early treatment but the next cold will hang on longer it will be more troublesome too Unnecessary to take chances on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take SOOIrS EJflULSION when colds abound and youll have no cold Take it when the cold is contracted and it checks inflammd tion heals the membranes of the throat and lungs and drives the cold out Send for free sampler SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 40MI5 Petra Street New Yrtr COcyuidJIOO All driifflit Tu awN ITH WOMEN To Play Very Important Part In the Chicago Public Schools A remarkable event in the histo ry of the Chicago public school sys tern is the appointment of Miss Ad dams to the very responsible and high position of chairman of the school management committee She has displayed administrative and executive abilities of a high order the admirable management Hull House with its numberless educational and uplifting activities having excited admiration among all those that are familiar with the splendid institu ion To convictions and the cour age of them she joins tact practical sagacity and tolerance Ddring the fifteen years Miss Addams has been head of Hull House she has become internation ally famous In a quiet way the settlement has been conducting classes in which more than 7000 men women and children are en I rolled The best educators have been obtained and the most advanced educational principles have been put into force Few persons in Chicago are aware of this classroom work of the settlement but it is noted the world over among students of sociology As chairman of the school management committee Mrs Addams will have as aides Dr Cornelia B DeBey and Mrs Emmons Blaine both of whom for years have taken a prominent part in educational affairs Mrs Blaine has contributed more than 1000000 to the cause of education while Dr DeBey has been associated with the schools as an in structor in the normalschool and later as a champion of the most ad vanced pedagogical ideas It will be recalled that Justice Brewer in an interview on the fu tore of women in the political antisocial spheres paid a warm tribute to Miss Addams and nominated her for Mayor of Chicago We can not make Miss Addams mayor in the present State of the law of Illinois but the people of the city can congratulate the school board and them selves on her appointment to a pub lic position hardly less useful and distinguished and this they are undoubtedly doing in their hearts Last Hopo Vanished When leading phmysicianssaid that W 11 Smithart of Pekin La had incurable consumption his last hope vanished but Dr ICings New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds kept him out his grave He says This great specifics completely cured me and saved my life Since then I have used it for over 10 years and consider it a marvelous throat and lung cure scientific cure for Coughs Sore Throats or Colds sure preventive of Pneumonia Guaranteed 50c and 100 bottles at 2 Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore Trial bottle free Swallowed Live Goldfish- In view of some 20 personsa Pitts burg broker swallowed a live goldfish in Newells Hotel Saturday af ternoon The consultor of the ticker complacently swallowed the fish which at his request was taken from a small acquarium behind the bar swallowed glass of beer for a chaserand offered to wager 20 with the bartender that he could swallow I every fish in the globe Several men them the uflNewellsbrokers treat Whatll you have said he threw a silver dollar on the marI ble counter All took beer but the brokerLet mesee said he to the bur tender Guess Ill have a gold fish Frapped or straight said the dispenser of drinks Plain said the broker as he picked from the counter a goldfish which the bartender had taken from the globefHeres luck boyssaid the broker aj he swallowed the fishand then quaffed a glass of beer The bartender then rang up 30 cents on the cash register charging 10 eents for the fish- Peach Cobbler Sout-lierndrhsfouldeling dish at least three nd3 half inches deep It is made without a bottom crust but simply lined asides and top with the flakiest of pastry Having buttered and lin ed your dish on the sides pee enoughripe and juicy peaches to fill the dish Tear the fruit open in stead of cutting and leave enough of the pits in to impart flavor Sweeten the peaches abundantly then cover with a rich layer of crus sealing down so that no juices will escape and bake in a hot over about three quarters of an hour If there is danger of its browning tot rapidly cover with paper Whet nearly done draw to the over door and dredge with powdered sugar Push back for a few moments longer to glaze A real old fashion cook is a stickler for a few spoonfuls ol brandy poured over the peaches be fore the top crust is put on but the majority of folk especially where there are children in a family find it quite delectable enough without any spirituous additions S10O Reward S1OO The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Ca tarrh Cure the only positive cure now known to the medical fra ternity Catarrh being a constitu tional disease requires a constitu ional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internationally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby des troying the foundation of the dis ease and giving the patientstrength by building up the constitution and assisting nature is doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list of testimonials Address F J Cheney Co To ledo 0- Sold by Druggist Toe Take Halls Family Pills for constipation m A NEW REPUBLIC I Planned by The Boers to Be Set up in Af rica tllrrllu uemmtrhJ A conspiracy has been discovered in German South Africa on the part of Boers who were taken there from Cape Colony to assist in the war against the Herreros to overthrow the German rule in that territory and establish a Boer republic in stead The leader of the conspiracy is Andrew DeWet a nephew of the Boer General DeWet and he with his principal supporters has been arrested DeWets plan was to surprise the small German garrison at Windhuk seize the governor general and masSacre every one who resisted I his attempt to secure possesion of the countryHaving thus captured the capital of I the territory he intended to proceed to the conquest of the country mas sacreing the German troops unless they surrounded i The Boers had obtained promise of support from the Withbois Her reros and other native tribes by I pledging themselves to restore the native privileges after the Germans I had been driven from the country CAl3TORiA r Bean the The Kind You Km Always Bond f3jguure ct I Donts on Names Dont name a baby after a hero unless the here has been dead sev eras y ars Dont pamper a boy with a name f that will prove n heavy handicap in life Dont name a girl after a flower Think of an old woman called Pansy or Daisy Dont nameagirl Violetwhen her disposition may be that of a tiger lilyDont tack a fancy name on a kid It makes him a target for his com panions Donfname a child after relative from whom you have expectations The relative may yet mar- i ryDont forget that the man with the common name of William is more likely to write checks than one I labeled Percy I yt veua 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Hartford Ky 1 + 4 +++to +++ M + H++++++++++4+++++ M tr- i i u yftSTARTS CAt RANCH Bright Young Man Is Raising Tabbies For Their Skins PIItpU Trlhull J The latest products of the glorious climate of the West is a cat ranch + This old maids paradise is located on n small island in PugetSoundand the ranch occupies the whole island This was necessary in order that there may be no neighbors to com plain for the nightly concerts of several thousands of cuts would na q turally bring forth complaints and make the life of a municipal Court Judge one round of misery Hoibe Tortgen the young ranch man has been the guest of Min e neapolis and who is on the fair road to wealth by the originating of a new industry that may develop into something very large before he finishes with his idea Young Tort gen was formerly a resident of Min when he first came over the old country but he did not 1from here long preferring to take his chances in the new West wherei ethere were chances for a life on the ocean wavefor he had been brought in nautical pursuits So he went t to Washington tried Seattle and drifted about a bituntil the cat idea struck him He located a lit tie shanty on the slant built himself a fine sail boat and was monarch of all he surveyed lie knew something of furs having been mixed up in that business in his own country sad when he fount that black cot skins brought as high- S sits 170 at tiimw and never loss thnn a dollar it looked to him like a good thing It ILI8ix years ago when the first bunch of cats were taken over in the boat to the island and naturally there are plenty of black eats now It is a veritable Hoohoo ranch and the squalls of the felines often roach to the main 1 land when the wind is right I have made it a paying busi A t new said Mr Tortgen speaking of his plant I now employ sever hays and men to help me and have uo rouble finding a market for my skins The fur is much better that the average cat fur because I use care and keep the cats well fed anti where they will not fightso that the fur and skins are perfect We fetal iLchieJl fish as there is an abundance 1 tofit handy waiting for the nets fish as is not marketable and I work the two things together fish and cats There is nothing a cat would rather have than fish to eat and they keep finn and glossy on it They breed rapidly and 1 lave tak en pains to raise only the largest kindsso that the skins that I sell are l the best on the market I have just been East in the fur markets looking over the demand for fur to uso for imitation seal l The black cat is valuable because it does not have to he dyed but there is so much imitation seal icing used that I have thought there might be money in raising a cat fur thatwould have a uniform color that would dye like seal- Danny of the imitation seals art made frow rabbit skin but cat is much more durable and stronger I My Idea was to begin the breeding U of Maltese cats in another part of the island and separate the two by wire fences The color would dye very nicely 1 left some skins to be Sfr treated and dyed and the report will decide what I will do No there is no cruelty in killing the animals We want to preserve the skins in tact so we kill them by the use of sulphur fumes in a large room with low ceiling The fumes kill the animals painless ly and they arc good for the fur also f 1 The young cat raiser made no se cretof his business because he said the demand for cat skins is so great that there was little chance of the business ever being over done tiWards off Pneumonia All coughs colds and pulmonary complaints that are curable are quickly cured of One Minute Cough Cure Clears the phlegm daws out inflammation anti heals and soothes the affected parts strengthens the I lungs wards off pneumonia Harm i i less and pleasant to take Sold by Z Wayne Griffin Bro Do Animals Reason Some Denver experimenters last month PU1 fox terrier in a box stuffed with a mixture of cotton and camphor and took the prisoner by j night to a farm near Pueblo There they released him in the morning j in a county as new to him as the interior of Puerto Rico would have been but under the stimulus of homesickness he vanished before night and at 12 oclock the next forenoon he appeared at the business end of his Denver boardinghouse In a bee line the distance is about eighty miles and it is absolutely cer rain that he could not have steered his way forty yards by scent He I could not have traveled by any clew of his adventure in the camphor box Nor were there landmarks to guide him in the labyrinth of un known mountain peaks How did he dok Cheated Doath Kidney trouble often ends fatally but by choosing the right medicine E H Wolfe of Bear Grove Iowa cheated death He says Two years ago I had Kidney Trouble which caused me great pain suffer ing and anxiety but I took Electric Bitters which effected a complete cure I have also found them of great benefit in general debility and never trouble and keep them con stantly on hand since as I find they have no equal Z Wayne Griflin Bros druggists guarantees them at 50c OIL IN LARUE COUNTY I i Found at the Depth of Only 12 FeetuBelief That Fine I Wells Will Result lnllx onnlv llTHlit i The people of the Lyons section of the county are very much interested in the matter of boring oil wells in their section for the purpose of test ing the question as to whether oil can be found there in IJI ill lluanti ties It has been supposed for years that the section around Lyons would likely produce oil if wells were ever bored but no practical test hats ever I been made of it However the matter has been tested by accident and the belief is that fine wellscould be bored in that vicinity and consid erable excitement prevails among the people at the present time A few days ago three wells were dug for the purpose of getting water and when the wells were only twelve or thirteen feet deep oil was discovered in considerable quantity These wells are all on the Thomas Edlen farm just below Lyons Sta tion and on the L und N rail rodTwoI have an unusually intelligent dog said the man who likes to spin yarns when with a party of friends He was taught to say his prayers and if youll believe me that dog now wags his tail whenever he sees a minister anywhere near Win I have a dog with even more intelligence than that quietly re turned n member of the party One day when he got out in the street some mischievous boys tied a tin can to his tail and if youll be lieve me the dog headed for the nearest saloon and backed right up to the bar n One cola ana Hnotner The seasons first cold may be slight niay yield to early treatment but the next cold will hang on longer it will be more troublesome too U n necessary to take chances on that second one Scotts Emulsion is a preventive as well as a cure Take SCOTTS EJIIULSION when colds abound and I youll have no cold Take it when the cold contracted and it checks inflammation heals the membranes of the throat and lungs and drives the cold out Send for free sample SCOTT BOWNE Chemists 409m Pearl Street New Yrh BOc ndJlOO All druif 1 THE WOMEN j To Play Very Important Part In the Chicago Public Schools t A remarkable event in the histo ry of the Chicago public school sys tem is the appointment of Miss Ad dams to the very responsible and high position of chairman of the school management committee She has displayedadministratlveandex ecutive abilities of a high order the admirable management Hull House with its numberless educational and uplifting activities having excited admiration among all thoe that are familiar with the splendid institution To convictions and the cour age of them she joins tact practical sagacity and tolerance Ddring the fifteen years Miss Addams has been headof Hull House she has become internationally famous In a quiet way the settlement has been conducting enIrolledbeen obtained and the most advan ced educational principles have been put into force Few persons in Chi cago are aware of this classroom work of the settlement but it is noted the world over among students ofsociologyAs of the school man agement committee Mrs Addams will have as aides Dr Cornelia B DeBey and Mrs Emmons Blaine both of whom for years have taken a prominent part in educational af fairs Mrs Blaine has contributed more than 1000000 to the cause of I education while Dr DeBey has been associated with the schools as an in structor in the normal school and later as a champion of the most ad vanced pedagogical ideas It will be recalled that Justice Brewer in an interview on the fu ture of women in the political and social spheres paid a warm tribute to Miss Addams and nominated her for Mayor of Chicago We can not make Miss Addams mayor in the present State of the law of Illinois but the people of the city can congratulate the school board and them selves on her appointment to a pub lic position hardly less useful and distinguished and this they are un doubtedly doing in their hearts Last Hopo Vanished When leading phsicianssni1 that W M Smithart of Pekin La had incurable consumption his last hope vanished but Dr Kings New Dis covery for Consumption Coughs and Colds kept him out his grave He says This great specifics complete ly cured me and saved my life Since then I have used it for over 10 years and consider it a throat and lung cure marvelousI scientific cure for Throats or Colds sure preventive I of Pneumonia Guaranteed oOc and I 100 bottles at Z Wayne Griffin Bros drugstore Trial bottle free Swallowed Live Goldfish- In view of some 20 personsa Pitts burg broker swallowed a live gold fish in Newells Hotel Saturday af ternoon The consultor of the tick er complacently swallowed the fish whichat his request was taken from a small acquarium behind the bar swallowed a glass of beer for a chaserand offered to wager 20 with the bartender that he could swallow j every fish in the globe Several men among them the broker were standing in front of Newells bar drinking at 3 oclock I Saturday afternoon It was the brokers treat I Whatll you have said he as he threw a silver dollar on the mar ble counter All took beer but the brokerLet mesee said he to the bur tender Guess Ill have a gold fish Frapped 01 straight said the dispenser of drinks Plain said the broker as he picked from then counter a goldfish which the bartender had taken from the globe thin Heres luck boys said broker aj he swallowed the fish and then quaffed a glass of beer The bartender then rang up 30 cents on the cash register charging 10 eents for the fish- Peach i Cobbler This good old Southern dish should be baked in an eartheriwre pud ding dish at least three and a half inches deep It is made without a bottom crust but simply lined asides and top with the flakiest of pastry Having buttered and lin ed your dish on the sides peel enough ripe and juicy peaches to fill the dish Tear the fruit open in stead of cutting and leave enough of the pits in to impart flavor Sweeten the peaches abundantly then cover with a rich layer of crust sealing down so that no juices will escape and bake in a hot oven about three quarters of an hour If there is danger of its browning too rapidly cover with paper When nearly done draw to the over door and dredge with powdered sugar Push back for a few moments longer to glaze A real old fashion cook is a stickler for a few spoonfuls of brandy poured over the peaches be fore the top crust is put on but the majority of folk especially where there are children in a family find it quite delectable enough without any spirituous additions S1OO Reward 100 The readers of this paper will be pleased to learn that there is at least one dreaded disease that science has been able to cure in all its stages and that is Catarrh Halls Ca tarrh Cure the only positive cure now known to the medical fro ternity Catarrh being a constitu tional disease requires a constitu ional treatment Halls Catarrh Cure is taken internationally acting directly upon the blood and mucous surfaces of the system thereby destroying the foundation of the disease and giving the patient strength by building up the constitution and jissisting nature is doing its work The proprietors have so much faith in its curative powers that they offer One Hundred Dollars for any case that it fails to cure Send for list oftestimonialsAddress Cheney Co To ledo 0- Sold by Druggist loc Take Halls Fancily Pills for constipation m A NEW REPUBLIC I Planned by The Boers to Be Set liP in Af rica llltrllu Upn1111- A conspiracy has been discovered in German South Africa on the part of Boers who were taken there from Cape Colony to assist in the war against the Herreros to overthrow the German rule in that territory and establish a Boer republic instead The leader of the conspiracy is Andrew DeWet a nephew of the Boer General DeWet and he with his principal supporters has been arrested DeWets plan was to sur prise the small German garrison at Windhuk seize the governor general and masSacre every one who resisted his attempt to secure possesion of the cnunlriIHaving thus captured the capital of the territory he intended to proceed to the conquest of the country mas sacreing the German troops unless they surrounded The Boers had obtained promise of support from the Withbois Her eros and other native tribes by pledging themselves to restore the native privileges after the Germans hail been driven from the country CAISTORI1Llo- on theThtKind You toa Always BougU Ogr Donts on Names Dont name a baby after a hero unless the here has hoes dead sey eral years Donjtliamper a boy with a name that will proVe a heavy handicap in life Dont name a girl after a flower Think of an old woman called Pansy or Daisy Dont nameagirl Violet when her disposition may be that of a tiger lily Dont tack a fancy name on u kid It makes him a target for his companions Dont name a child after a relative from whom you have expectations The relative may yet mar- y Dont forget that the man with the common name of William is more likely to write checks than ono labeled Percy 7k va vll w + n U The Kind Yon Have Always Bought and which has been in use for q er 30 years has borne the signature of inntlo under sonal supervision since Infancy Allow one deceive in All Counterfeits Imitations Justasgood are but Experiments that trifle with and endanger the health of Infants ChildrenExperience against Experiment What is CASTORIA Costoria Is n harmless substitute for Castor Oil Paregoric Drops and Soothing Syrups It Is Pleasant It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotics substance Its ago is its guarantee It destroys Worms and allays Feverlnhness It Diarrhoea and Wind Colic It relieves Teething Troubles cures Constipation mid Flatulency It assimilates tho regulates tho Stomach and Bowels giving healthy and natural sloop Tho Childrens PanaceaThe Mothers Friend GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYSI SJ Bears the Signature of The Kind You Have Always Bought In Use For Over 30 Years THe CENTAUR COMMNT TT MURRAY THttT NEW TOww CITY 1 + a j Harris Positive Pile Cure i The Biggest Sellerofthe Age Why llnmnwlt riirmnitiijiMl 111ot oner ItrelItrthepnugrotitII1ngdewth tlleerof ltlwenubrrrlnd iiv niririi IIOJwratlnolint Suit wouM rather have bythetKyIP W WWaMV r DO YOU WANTA Position that will pay you from 500 to 5000 a year I +Ia flint is vhiit our graduates mire demand ing their work We give loud of training that counts from the start Increase Your SalaryPy Inking a emirs in the OWEN8HORO lUJSl N ESS U N I VEHS1T Y Term beginstSlit dth Write today Address t Owensbor Busines Univerity Owensboro Kentucky t 1 ot n rr JI rJfl u ANYBODY whe nNrm IiHIl I the aae hlll hoe enne le Iml1IItrre It at jlutrljr Bo Kucitwcrk MTliVllXHi the r look rljht I we made right end or ere jNjfcJihclyuneiiclleJ No wouUepWen- tlrrSTEVENS RIFLES PISTOLS AND SHOTGUNS hate beta adutteU la preference luaU A tntheudde- oudl STEVENS FIR EA IM S- aNI odd by all trwllng gmMlt end hardware dealer I At lltem to war make littfct ranting It Donll1 i lth tiMiietliinir JufctatirooiT Tiaruttoot- le cm Ani are UUARANT1tM MC UaLItY LwreJLraa you 10 l o erne H i lfy tula nee IrrcMmpe Eleven Dunk and liAe Futile IcaJ ARMS 6 TOOL COP O Box 4092 Chlcopce Fall Mats U S A Subscribe for THE HAItIqHD n EIFHLr OA N 110 JUT year in advance and has been his per its no to you thin and and cures Food 1llm tier tin I Low OaCo- lonit Y Rate Vln Four Route IajgI titjo i CALI FORNI t WASHINGTON oNIDAHO MONTANA UTAH and InteniiccHwtoterrltory T IcUetM on Mole Mal I to Mtiy IB For full information and particu lars us to rates tickets etc call on agents Big Four Route or ad dress the undersigned WAKIIKNJ IYNCII u IV A lutiif ulOkAv K 1 llVTKS Irnrral Agent IoulHvMlf Ky ++ + Ft ++ a +++++ ++ fait + T+t++ar+++ w+++++++r+ FEiHACURAJli- n+ + remmllm tor F innle 11Inoo nrf nu the miirkrt tint the only one that thllofOTPn to ii iniitixolntrnnil loolllTe tllr totnilfunna01FrmaleTronblele b KKM CtMlA A ulnuli trlel will umvlnre the motekrptlrnl of IU nlinoxt ml 1 Marlr unljr hy the IUITCIIKiniD THAllMACAI CO 1rtuntlutiewnretlvepnwrre + Knr nnlo liy Ii J H WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 44l++++ +io1 t++++9++H++ t++f- y a 31 xvjaV f ht AwI t SSi it I t Hartford Republican t P tend by the IInr lard 1iiMUMimCmnimiijr pwmwrnKASrnl- U I 8IrllFor tI=FSresssla 4- Cu ln7rJ1t U FRIDAY OCTOBER 13 REPUBLICAN TICKET FOR KEPIIESKXTATIVB CHARLES C BEARD FOR COUNTY JUIM1K W B TAYLOR FUUCOUNTV COURT CIKUK W S TINSLEY FOIL COUNTY ATTORNEY- K M WOODWARD FOR 8HEIIIFF R B MARTINA FOR JAIIEK OSCAR MIDKIFF SUIEHINTnSDEST OF SCHOOLS JAMES M DEWEESE Fait 101 SAM W LEACH FOR RVEVOR NATHANIEL MOXLEY FOU COKONEU JEROME ALLEN FOR MAGISTRATE 1 Ililrtford IHntrlct Nclmlun llnrni y Cromwell Irltrlet1V 1 Miller n 4 NnlphursprnvUltrfrtWRUrnn1nrdrtllr S Ilnfnrd Ultrktllrn s ChHinberlitlii f CVntrrtown trtrtIlerbrrt HimltT 7 Kntkpnrt til trlet John tile FOR CONSTABLE 1 lliirtfnnl ItlMrtrt J II Iimnl I Cromwell Illtrlct It U Ynnnir Wnltir Mlilklff 11GpapeI Examine the label on our if it is not correct notify usINO EVASION OR MISREPRESENTATION I In response to a statement in last weeks REPUBLICAN concerning Judge Millers refusal to notify M S Ragland of the time and place of meeting of the Ambrose ford Indian Camp Creek and Hamilton ford iron bridge construction committees the Hartford Herald feebly says Tb hurt IH the tnctlcn of THE RKITIU Idr4a are nod hnve been to eratle or int rrpiwrnt Such puny senseless statements as this constitute practically the sum total of all that can be drawn out of the Herald or any of the ticket it represents on the iron bridge ques tionAs a matter of fact we have never attempted to evade or misrepresent the least thing concerning the iron bridge building If we can get the people to understand what has real ly been done we will be entirely sat isfied Why should we misrepre sent or evave anything pertaining the iron bridges We have no candidate on the Republican ticket who has refused to give information concerning the time and place of the meeting of iron bridge construction committees as has been the case with a Demo cratic candidate No member of the Republican ticket has ever been a member of an iron bridge construction committee who met in secret without an oppor- tunityI for the public or thoe interest a ed to be present and contracted for the construction of bridges the cost to the county for which will be thou sands of dollars as has been done by two members of the Democratic ticketNone of our boys have held secret conferences with representatives of bridge companies whoin less than ten days secured the contract for the construction of these iron bridges the approximate cost of which will be something near 300000 No member or members of the Republican ticket has tried to de ceive the public by reporting that iron bridges were contracted for on sealed bid basis when as a mat ter of fact it was intended and Sd fixed that a certain company should receive the contract and the repre fientativeof that company alone out r of the thousands of bridge compa i r1 throughout the country WiS notifiedof the time and pyre of I r x i YY meeting of the committees and i representative thereof procured t be present at the committees meet ing when the sealed bids are allege- to have been opened Had an member of the Republican ticker done any of these thinKS we would have excuse fortrying To evade or feisreerfresent just like the Herald I has I SOME time ago the Hartford Her aIdasked us if we had interviewee any member of any iron bridge building committee At the time the question was asked we had not EQIGthe recent of contract- for the construction of Ambros- ford Hamilton ford and India Camp Creek bridges and what notice he received of the committees meet ing He said that the first and only notification he received that the committees would meet was by tel ephone about eight oclock on the day that the meeting was held Mr Wysong the representative of the Champion Bridge Co being his in formant He said that Mr Wysong was present all the time that th committees were together and company received the contracts tyacdaycounjtyable or otherwise to win cohorts are preparing to have th i mames of Republicans stricken from the lists of recent registration in wholesale lots Notice has already j been served on several Republicans at Render and other points and indications are that numerous others j will follow Such tactics should not becounternanccd by the law abiding citizens of the county who believed that the will of a majority ascertain ed at a fair election should govern WITH 11631 more money each year to be spent for public improve mentthe end ofseven years of Demo cratic management of the countys affairs finds the public roadsbridges and culverts in the worst condition ever known in the history of the I county Is this not strong argument in favor of a change un u BECAUSE Mr Charles Hugger a j ined51manfor the post office at Owensboro the Hartford Herald assumes that he is a colored man and writes him up under the glowing headlines Negro Wants the Owensboro Post Office I OHIO county certainly needs a change in the management of its pUbI tic affairs when its officials port a man from Willmington Ohio I to notify the members of iron bridge ItandHAS it ever occurred to you that during the past seven years there has been collected 57 per cent more taxes from the taxpayers of Ohio IinextHeraldTHE Hartford has failed to produce any varification of its assertion that ten per cent has been saved on bridges and twentyfive per cent on abutments built in thet county during the last seven years EMMA GOLDMAN the anarchist is now earning a living as a hair dress er Few of the others of her t stripe have ever been known to earn a living in any way IT IS quite probable that those Ohio Democrats who are predicting landslide this year will find themselves J under it when it comes JOHN D ROCKEFELLER says he never took a drink of whisky in his CatarrhI- s a constitutional disease originating in impure blood constitutional treatment acting through and purifying the blood tor- ks radical and permanent cure Be sure to tak- eHoodsSarsaparilla Nasal and other local forms of catarrh a are quickly relieved ky Catarrlett inflammation and deodorize dischargeHoods SarsapariUa an druggists at Catturlets man order only 50 cts I For testimonials of send for oip Book on Catarrh No4IllC L Hood Co Ayers growingrsee itin your gray hair Keep your hair dark and rich and postpone age If you wli1I Hair Vigor only use Ayers Hair Vigor your gray hair will soon have all the deep rich color of yearse m now over ten her gl heed of taig bile which fe e nwonder 0 err one WI rrei hv1 hat w gray lutr i to ifdueMKA IIUMTIS lUclda tlM a bottle J c NlullI AIIlrnufo IJioell White Hair I life He has tried most everything else for his dyspeptic troubleI i cropdI million dollars worth of oil ITilE question as to what Chicago laboring men do between strikes is I being asked ROXEY i placeesingingIwas largely attended and enjoyed by all present The farmers are very busy sowing their wheat i Born to the wife of Dr Smith a fine girl on the 1st inst Irr C Herrel and Miss Anna Sor j eels were united in the holy bonds of matrimony since our last writ ling Harrison Flener and Cora s Cromwell visited L A Sundefurj and family Sunday Charlie Shields visited his mother Mrs Tom Torrenoe Cromwell last Sunday J H Davis visited relatives and j friend in Cromwell Sunday IItli who has been sent to the Beaver i Dam circuit We trust that he will do much good for the taupe this year Notice For Claims All person having claims against the estate of W I Rowe deceased are hereby notified to pi ef ent same to me properly proven on or before I bCJforeverindebted to said estate will please This September21 1905 G W Rowe Admr 1113 Centertown Ky cOctng a singing school at Rosine Mesdame3 Lucy Blown J W Cummings Sarah Crowd who at tended the conference at Leitchfield returned home last Tuesday J G Wilson is going to Leitchfield 1 today 4 Willie Stogner mother and son of Louis are visiting relatives near Salem and Olatoh 4 Elder W D Cox Central City I began a protracted meeting at Ola 4JDaniel and family Olaton Wednes I day night 4 Miss CKmmie Christian and brother were the guests of their auntMrs I G Wilson Sunday 1- p The Royal Month and the Royal Disease I Sudden changes of weather are especially trying and probably to I none more so than to the scrofulous and consumptive The progress of 1 scrofula during a normal October is f commonly great We never think I of its bunches cutaeous eruptions and wasting of the substancewithout thinking of theI great good many sufferers from it have derived from Hoods Sarsaparilla whose radical and permanent 1 cures of this one disease are enough 1 Iincity or town where Hoods Sarra parilla has not proved jpj merit in t more home than one in arresting and 11 completely eradicating scrofula 4 which is almost as serious andn h to be feared as its near rela I THE LATEST NEWS Gathered From Various Sources Over the CountryBriefItems i The Kentucky Grand Lodge Inde pendent Order of Odd Fellows is now in session at ShJ lbvilleIa Mrs M I Russell of Bloomington inIKentucky has struck 11 well in Wayne county running 500 Barrels The Fourth State De ntjthewith six hundred delegates from all presentI I peace between Rus nliupon its approval without waiting for the formal exchange of ratifica tions yFair Opened With Flattering Prospect The Fair opened up Wedensday with flattering prpects for one of the very best fairs ever held here More stock and of better quality than ever before was ready to be shown or contest for the prize+ offered More special attractions including a ferris wheel bnloon tiscentiun and parachute leap from same and the plCtSipacers a cart or driver There were large crowds in attendance both Wednesday and yesterday and everything points to a very successful fair- PLEASANT RIDGE Oct 11 Must every one from here are making preparation to ate fnirifor the new church has been sawed and they will begin building right away At the school election Saturday Ernies Daly was elected trustee Noel Westerfield who has been in Globe Arizona for scrretime is at home on a visit 111IMrs D C Hewlett returned home last week Miss Lilias Netherton Louisville who has Bern visiting Miss Georgia Skillman has returned home Dewy Thorpe mad a business trip to Owensboro today O1Li5Tty thBun till The Kind you Hate Halls Butfl Ic1Subscribe for TilE REPI BMCAN I E P BarnesBro149 r lit fl u 4flnr Fall and Winter Vein ttbles are ready fur iV bit 41 your inspection Tons of incrclmndteo of every rte- 4i scription have been bought and put on sale for our r41 customers Owing to the sharp advances in many J lines of niiirehandise wo are actually soiling many = tJ articles at less than we can buy thorn So you eau bit 1readily SLM the necwaity of early buying Como = 41 early and got the cream of tIlt stuck bit J 4 1 1bit1 t4i43 we one going to get the customers to hay them 1 fit i we patent been selling you we are anxious to soil Y O you and confidently believe that there is no nier y J5 chant who can serve you all around as well Miss 41 Merrie King the head of this department extends J an invitation to every lady to visit this department t41 An opportuniy show xon what we have to offer 47 41 will be a plcasun to us and it costs you nothing to = C1 luck 4SHALL WE EXPECT YOU JJ Dress Goods and- beadyMade g Jj Skirts U41 this section ve distance all competition We u 41Kaye the assortment of 1ahries in all the leading J IS colors at Then is tat a t in this tjti Come and look at them 111 will put our time t4i41 tt F C ClotHing SHoes r iiol1 sun 11P know ihit xv liov as tiIllr a line as can IA lbl giittin ttItlr in this county Heautifiil pat lb- si terns gUild style M hit abIt fabrics Wcan tit oft tnt man tulitll or boy in sixt and pritNtbOUR SHOESare from the most dependable fat 4illllI1 in the United States They hone the wearing J w 43 fitting Dualities and ymi ran on satisfac 4 tlllll ill yelv pairb41 Kvery department is nverllnwing with new mer +j chandisc At a Very rcamiable expense you may 9 1 help us to unload our Shore Snits Mats Overcoats j 4V Furniture Stoves and everything else you need i4 r Kdl Jo b We Shall Bet Pleased To See You You are always welcome here Now about that fall Suit III Drws or Shoes Of course you read the advertisements in the newspapers Mild you get inaquan dory as to where you will buy your fall wearing apparel We want all the pat ronage we can possibly get We would like it if we had a cinch on all the goods sold in Hurtfurd- We H certainly sell more goods than any other store in town and tlollly reason we do not sell them all is because all the buyers do not came to see roil g1n 131tntl ascertain the real saving in prices We are not offering 1800 Suits for 7r0nor 1500 Suits for 000 andw never advertiseauy such false inducements But this we dowoilell you abeter Suit of Clothes for 750 10 12OJ 15 than you can buy anywhere else for the same price The sameYatio of saving applies on our entire stock By comparison you will find this to be true Now dont just take this for granted but come and see A look will convince you Visit us for your fall and winter wearing apparel Carson rCoINCORPORATED Hartford Kentucky r 1 P 1- w If Reasons fllN1 I Why F You should tlldIII hairs First wo buyand sell I i fur cash therefore our goods are cheaper Second j wo carry the largest and hest selected stock of Mer chandise in Hartford you van find what you want Third you are treated courteously whether you buy or not Come make our place your headquar ters through OetohIFairs lVIillineryI A J ghoul success was our Millinery Thu great crowds that thronged our Millinery 11II lors lust week and the high compliments paid our display uVo better testimonials of their beauty I tjmii an ad writer can purtray If its style I jimlity and low price come t IfOJ your hall at- Fairs Woolen at I Dress Goods Of course you will want a new Skirt or Suit for tilt Ohio County Fair nilC want to sell it to fI of all the Into auntyou Our stock consists weaves 1 shades in both Plaids and mixtures at prices run Him from lou to SL25 par yard For a stylish outfit tall nodlexamine our Silk and Dress Cioods Stock t Fairs Cloaks Furs and Skirts hist a trille early totalk Wraps Our stock is in and some are buying in order that they may get ehttiii 111 pride ourselves on showing the pmt tiest lieu in Childrens and Iu lies Wraps that it has over peen our pleasure to show Come let us t i show you tilt stork our styles and pricey will do the Wrest 11t ctend to ytnl a cordial invitation to visit us I ind inspect our Fall Merchandise I Remember The Place 1t It Hartford Republican t FRIDAY OCTOBER 13I Illinois Central RailroadTime Table Io M orih Hound 9 Nou2AnaT In No lMiMltMi m No192detT p tu KonlM Bound No 121du1h4mlNo Nu III dne 9 0p ID I I NfcYJCE TIIK MHPVBIICAN wil- l4o prfrlr401ebarRMemoryNelreeb1elarka ftetotde enter al 1110 ward All 0m km wonnl ire charvo feral the- rataalIcperword eahh In ndvaMer i Arttelra In eaeea nl ISO word will III YRiu owHl required limit MUlrM maneInt Wllh iimnnierlpl Po- ell7le ward every iMlMee rpsh Oysters at City Restaurant Icy ou attend the Fair visit Car son Co i Call on Carson Co for fine clothingIPrettiest headware at Fairs Visit them I usiIfyou need a new wrap see CARSON Co ktMr A E Ellis Nocreek called to see us last Saturday Mr Clell Smith Taffy was apleas ant caller lastSaturda Myl My Fresh Oysters Fish and CeleryatCity Restaurant Dr E A Carson Corbin Ky is 4 thijjguest of relatives in Hartford F Novelties in be1tsrftadies h i dbatg collars etc call at Fairs Mr ElE Rogers Beaver Dam wtea pleaSntcallOroast Saturday r 4p r as See Carson Co for school shoes Found at Fairsgood honest wearing shoes Try themIIFor your children cloaks see Fairs j line Styles will please you Arbin Petty the tailor is ready to do your work in firstclass style Nicest line of Cakes and Crackers in Hartford at City es urantI City Restaurant will be chock full of good things to eat during the Fair Some attractive bargains in Fairs 5c and lOc Basement during the fair We are making special prices on our entire stock thisweekCARSON Co Ice dream and all kinds of cold drinks at City Restaurant during the Fair Mr H A Babbit Ford vil1e was a very pleasant caller while in town Wednesday i Peters Shoes of every description and prices low at Long Cos Economy Store Mrs W A Taylor Matanzas was the guest of her brother Mr Harve Condit yesterday Money refunded if you can buy the same goods for lug than Fairs can sell then Try us If you want to see some uptodate things in Millinery just visit Long Cos Economy Store Get your Meals and Lunches dur the Fair at City Restaurant Everything a oodtOeatt T ffi Mrs T H Aull and daughter fowling Green are the jfuofta of MtjaniJM1SAo Collin I For furs or a newcIcklFCC Fails Styles latest prices right I Just arrived a pew lot of silks affil dress goods at Long Cos Economy Store For the best 60e shirts in Hartford call at Fairs Superior to many ij l 00 shirts Funny side of life at the Fair If youve never seen it dont miss it this year I Mrs M T Westmoreland Owens boro is the guest of Mrs Robert Forrester Visit Fr fall underwear Some good values at u low price during the fair Ladies clothing pressed by J A Petty manager of the Hartford Pressing Club I Miss EtHe Coppage Memphi Tenn is the guest of her aunt Mrs R R WeddingIMr and Mrs John Nave Owens boro are the guests of Mr and Mrs T J Smith city 1 Esq John M Graham who is in attendance nt the Fiscal com t called to see us yesterday The reason Fairs do the millinery busines is that their styles are better and priers lower City Restaurant will do its best to wait on all of its friends during the Far Come Come One long langh will make yOU happy No extra charge for it at the Fair Every day a corker Come to the Ohio couity fair and stop at Fair Cos Special arrangement fur your comfort We have a good big lot of fine shoe Regular pi ice S3 this week only SlS CAKSDNCO Mr 1T Smith and little son larby Select were nlcacant callers while iown last Saturday See who we are offering free when your cash purchase amounts to J5 at Long Cos Economy Store Leave your laundry at Cleve Ilers i grocery Work guaranteed Prompt delivery Agent Richmond LaunI dry4fitfAsk to see our line of ladies and childrens clocks and furs also raincoats Long Cos Economy Store Mrs Dr Stone and daughterMrs Robt Porter and two children of aneyville are the guests of Mr and Mrs S E Duke See Arbin Petty in the base ment of the New Commercial Hotel and have that old suit rehauled He will make it look as good as new Dr J T Miller was elected Almshouse and Jail physician and Mr J T Wallace was reelected almshouse keeper by the Fiscal Court Tuesday City Restaurant most uptodati place in Hartford Everything neat as a pin Everything Rood to eat Everything cooked as ordered 1 Miss Minnie Mclntireoperatorfor the Rough RiverTelephone Company will leave next Saturday for several days visit to her sister Mrs C W Sturgeon of Evansville Esq J D Wilcox Rockport and Esq G W Martin Select who are I in attendance of the Fiscal court of which they are members were pleasant callers Wednesday 1 Miss Fannie Cox returned Monday from several days visit to relatives at- Elkton Ky She was accompamied home by her sister Mrs C E Rog erstwho is now the guest of her parents i Capt and Mrs S K Cox J formed partnership with Dr AD Park for the practice i thoselknowing will please call and settle Oct 11 1905 E W FORD Former Superintendant of Schools I iSInowof relatives in the county last Saturday He paid his respects to TilE 3PUCLICAN while here I Every man owes it to himself and- his family to master a trade or prflJ feBsion Read the display advertise rTetegraphow easy a young man or young lady may learn telegraphy and be assured a position tt rMr J A Duke Lexington is Uw guest of his brotherMr S E Duke and other relatives this week HeavrinIMonday to see Mrs M L Heavrin who is yet quiet ill IDr and Mrs S J Wedding and son Walter returned last Sunday from a weeks visit to relatives at I Bowling Green and Earlington Ky After a visit to her mother here Mrs E A Cottrell left Monday to join her husband at Hopkinsvill where they will reside in the future Dont fail to visit our store while i at the fair and see the many bar j gains we arc offering in each depart ment Long Cos Economy StoreEsq I I D J Wilcox has been chosen by the other members to preside over the deliberations of Fiscal Court I in the absence of Judge Miller who I Is still unable to attend I oflyourselffamily dont miss the opportunity of having them made at Schroeters i Floating Studio Good work guaranteed and delivered promptly Come and let us fityour es with I a suitable pair of Spectacles Do i not endanger your eyesight by further delay but come at once No shoddy goods Satisfaction guaranteed R W KINGI12t4 Hartford The Dora Woodruff Show Company are filling the Fair week engage ment at the Opera House They opened Wednesday night with the Land of Cotton and last night the i strongcharactures WANTED By Chicago Manufacturing House person of trustworthi 101caloffice Salary 18 paid weekly Permanent position No investment required Previous experience not essential to engaging Address Manager Branches Como Hock Chicago 12tl2 John Allen Smith was Knocked in- the head at Fordsville last Thursday by WiUon Dooly in rather an un usual way Dooley came up to I where Smith was standing and asked Smith if he wanted to fight Smith j whereIupon htm unconscious At last report he was still in a pretty bad condition I SMALLHOUS Oct DLafe Bidwell died at his home near Godman Otcober 6th aged about 85 years and was buried the day following at Equality The I deceased leaves a wife and eight children and a host of relatives to mourn his loss R P Bennett and wife returned to their home at Beda Saturday aC- ter a week stay with their brother Alva Calloway and family Messrs Hermon Addington Will Howell and Ben Ross attended the Owensboro fair Friday and Saturday Miss Oma Maddox went toCeralvo SaturdayM Maddox went to Beaver Dam and returned Sunday Jesse Hill went to Sacramento Sunday Mrs Julia Withrow who was the guest of Mrs Bidwell the latter part of the week returned home Sunday The cottage prayer meeting will- be at the home of Charlie Overton Wednes4aynlght 0 Overton went to Breckenridge unty Saturday Little Miss Marion Hill spent Saturday and Sunday the guest of her grand parents Mr and Mrs M P Maddox A hasteenI Make a note now to get Elys Cream Balm ifyou are troubled with nasal catarrh hay fever or cold in the head It is purifying and sooth- ingto I the sensitive membranes that- Hne the airpassages It is made to- cure the disease not to fool the I patient by a short deceptive relief itlDostltute for Elys Cream Balm All druggists sell it PriceBOc Maile- dbyEly Bros 56 Warren Street New- York SULPHUR SPRINGS Ort10Mr and Mrs Tip Bean weiztheguests of Mr and Mrs Sclaylcr Acton Sunday Mis Mollie Curd and daughter I No Flirting Here X With mercerized cloth Tim suit must bo the pure goods and the best at that to hem the ster ling label A TenDollar Wonder is slur very latest and veiy line quality douhlobreatted Soil We have them in shades to suit any ones titsii Ft gives- you a fit that makos you look iiiat and stylish U tMlntt5 dress is almost as much II matter of the dealers cara and taste ill selection as in your Ot Il A General Shakedown in our Underwear Mock Mens heavy sanitary lleecedlined Undor wear jOe value aRe per garment liens heavy Ribbed Undenvear whidi ahvyn sells at 50coni ly 38c per irarment Mens nOc heavy fancy or solid t Id red Sweat ITS oSiMtns hems 50c Work ShiItiClflcxIragutul ma teria J 3SI Mens lutelop Shirts of fiOe and 7nc duality only 3Sc- hadivs heavy ribbed J5u Vests lJe La lies JOl and loo Hoo Sea pair TIle are only a fun of the bargains we are giv lug tar two weeks only Call and see AT sini BACH S Hartford Ky +++f +++4+++++ + ++++++t+ +++++t+f i BANK OF HARTFORD i i INCOTlPOIlA rED JHH Capital Surplus Stock = = 4000000I Stockholders AddiI Liability= 4000000 i Securety to Depositors91 QOQobj J W FORD President JOHN T MOORE H P TAYLOR V Prest HOLBROOK Asst J W Foen HOLBROOK OwnerI JNO H P TAYLORJNO T bloat ++ I + f of Central City are visiting friends and relatives here Avris Wedding who baa been at Evansville for the past three months has returned home Mrs Maggie White was the guest of her parents Mr and Mrs J B Mitchell Sunday Aunt Nanpy Wedding and Mrs Mary Ann Midkiff spent the day with Mrs Alice Lee Sunday Herbert Graham was in our vicinity Sunday Cicero Magans house and contents burned Saturday night about 7 oclockSeveral folks from here attended meeting at Olaton Sunday Mr Hall died at Jingo Sunday It is tii6O ft1lhizJ hhtl stlfalttda 11 nJo J I J J BUFOf1D1tr t 1f v1i tJrurier l fWrcgulnrapoinment here Saturday aril Sunday liri IZoViry laidand Miss Mary oj vt J Rowe Hartford visited Mrs Laura Magan arid family Sunday Miss Mable Easterday Beda Em returned home after two months stay here farmIsum Ulus Wells of Utica and young Mr Price of Thruston are visiting Oscar Turner and family Mrs C W Hussey who has visited her daughter Mrs Albert Monarch lr Evansville the lest two mt althsfis the guest of R R Cundiff and family of this place Quite a nice reception was fipven f parI n ro re welcomed them and many 7ioe presents were presented to them O Ow 19 TP OXI X AI Bun teiluKad Yoa Hr IIIstR9111rk 816attut 11 SPEND TO SAVE PENNIES Court Records Show Thousands of Dollars Have Been Wasted to Win Small Amounts In the court records of a number of states may be found instances where a dispute over n few pen iiies cost a small fortune Such is I the temperament of many people that they would rather risk the loss of a thousand dollars in costs than pay live cents they did not owe or thought they did not owe which IsI much the same thing to a pugna cious man In fact there is a cast t on record in a New England court where a suit was brought over a cent while suits involving less than a dollar are not at all infre tquentThe baggage smashers on the railways are noted all the world over for their feats of destruction and there are few travelers who have not suffered at their hands Very few of them ever got any sat isfaction for their damaged trunks Among the exceptions however was a Mr Jepson a tray cling representative of n big com tt mercial house When one of his e sample cases was damaged he did not meekly forgive He rose in his wrath and laying his hand upon his heart and professing that he wile actuated by pure public spirit he one day sued one of the big com panies for half a dollar the cost of repairing a trunk damaged by the companys servants Ills luggage had on several other occa sions suffered much more severely Last year a man front Chicago a certain Mr Henderson went to France fora summer holiday The customs authorities there de manded eight francs duty on vari tillS things they found in his trunks and bags Relieving he knew bet ter and that the utmost amount lie could lawfully be called upon to ply was seven francs he ten died that amount and llatly de clined to pay more The customs officers therefore declined to piss his baggage and gave the traveler the choice of re embarking or leaving his luggage in their possession until a more liberal view of the case should overtake him and induce him to disburse the eight francs He chose the litter alternative went on to Paris bought a new outfit and institutcdnn action against the customs authorities for dam ages for wrongful detention of his goods whereby he was put to con sicltllI hit trouble annoyance and expense He lost the action in the first place appealed and got tilt judg ment against him revised in his fa vor whereupon the customs au thorities took tint case to a higher court and tinally won obtaining judgment justifying their action and ordering that thceight rants together with a further lilHIO francs about 1110 more fists of the various actions should be paid forthwith when the unsuccessful litigant would be roposessed of his hIrr1 re fused 10111l11 cents YACHT CLUBS AND HOUSES Immense Amount st Money Invested In Pleasure by Devotees Esti mated at Many Millions F P Aldridgo in an article le1 rrutly published in PIHIOIIIIiI Jliig- azinr ostininti l Ihlt uiot 111811 tllllfIlIflJ is illvslll III yarllts NidlllMMHI in club houses and club flIIU1II1111Iiiyachting flu eriureagtvilo clubs j devoted to yachting in the United Stilts A careful examination j tf thou records of the yachts shows that there are Sl2 steam yachts lli auxiliaries iiuj sthouon- trs1sloupsiuidratleis0 II w Is- 1WIlItlJCIlltolllllllwsrnulIlllti with IMS electric or naphtha motors making total of 81 IS yachts j Xo record is kept of sailingtrafr that are less than Li fret long on Iht deck and there is no list of launches that are less than I1 i feet long Of thcseit was estimated j lIIIIIIjIhIwaters of this country There aiv rll steamers llil ate built entirely of steel These steel vessels are worth S17JMllll All modern1 bunts are built of steel and the Beven that are over Kill feet in length are among the handsomest in the world lhr vessels of composite build are worth MiiOUO mid the woiiii boats an worth 7099000 This makes a total for t tilt steam yachts owned by Ameri can yachtsmen of Li53iJOUU Not the Real Thing Love in a cottage is generally a case of vivid imagination XY Times MUNICIPAL LUNCHROOMS Good Results Noted In Foreign Cities from Furnishing Free for School ChildrenMealsI In Berlin the giving of free bieakfasts has brought the hap plest results says the Header Children who start from a pov ertystrickeu home in the morn ing without a sufficient and often without any meal to sustain them cannot be expected to give their minds to their studies in the sumac degree as tin children whose bod ies are well cawed for A consider able falling oft was consequently noticed in the attendance of the illfed and weaker children tht very ones who could least afford to neglect the studies required to tit them to earn their daily bread in after life until the system was adopted by the municipal authori ties of distributing food free dur lug the socalled breakfast hour to these poor waifs In Chris tiania Norway the principals of the schools report that the free hoard huts had a good effect upon the children as they take more in trust in the work and are more wideawake and lively their lilt pearanee also shows better health rind more strength The report comes Gout Havre that the free merits there have heed found to encourage school attendance as well as to benefit the children physically mentally and morally The people of Irussols conceive it to be their duty to have every school child medically examined once every ten days Its gees teeth ears and general physical condition are overhauled If it looks weak and puny they give it a dose of codliver oil or some suit able tonic At midday il gets a square meal and the great est rare is taken to see that no child goes ill sho 1 ill cliad or ill fed NEEDLEMAKING IN ENGLAND Art Has Several Times Been Lost to British Workmen Since the Reign of Queen Mary Time history of making needles in England is a curious one for the art has been several times lost to English workmen since the reign of jueen Mary Needles were tlrst made in Eng land at that time by a negro from Spain who set up a shop and for a time prospered at his trilde1r his death it was found that he hind taught the trade to no one and tin 1Ilglish had to go abroad four tlllh needles until 1Sh5 when a Cornum artisan taught a few n11cbiaukesi the manner of their making The trade soon died out uhgilillj for spume reason and not until 10 was it revived by a foreign workman who conducted his op erations on so large a scale that ofItheThis was the first time that the method of making them was not hrouded in secrecy and soon the j manufacture of needles became alii important industry the lIihi chapel needles becoming famous the worldores There are thus severalcenters in addition to the London quarter j where the needle industry hoar ishes liirmingham alone JlrodlllI ing as many needles in a day as the original workman made in his life time I Deceiving to the Eye Electricity is fatal to the dis cerumen of certain colors Yel low and pink two totally different colors look strangely alike by electric light Heliotrope is also like pink and subtleties of shade are quite lost in it No light shows up shades and colors like candles did when those commodities were made of wax It is certain that all the modern artificial illuminantt mix up colors and shades inextric ably and electric light is worst I of all I Reliable Information GraySoule tile told me that njjdiutollifrcntSmith NVlio told vou thatr Neva TRADITION OF THE FLOOD I Noahs Ark of Pueblo InClans Con tnlns Some Curious AnlmalIHave Tradition of The children of the Pueblo In dhuiH haw a Xoaha ark of their i own and some of the animals it contains are very curious indeed such animals in fact as civilized young people are not aciuaiuted with Among them are mountain goats queer creatures of the cat tribe lull pronghorned iint loH K Ml of these animals are made out of clay and baked like pottery after which they are painted in quite an artistic and lifelike fash ion Like most other peoples the Pit iblo Indians have a tradition ofju great tlood The catastrophe curred long ago when they lived the ancient laud of their flllI fathers One day till wirth be gan to shake and strange rum blingH grew louder and louder 1111i til at length an oKiiing yawned in the middle of the erutrullsquiuc- of the town Out of the oHMiiii gushed a mighty stream of water overwhelming the houses and Hooding the valley so that the illo habitants lied with their live stork to the neighboring moun tains Presently thcre rose out of th hole in till earth the head of a gi gantic turtle which lowered to the very roof of tin sky Everybody was terrorstricken hilt the chief man of the town whose mum ought to have been Noa11plucked up tin eating to ask the groa reptile what he wanted The tur tIe replied that it was hungry and that its appetite could lit ap pcased only by the sarriliiv of i young than and a young woman There was nothing to do but to obey teal so a handsome youth and a beautiful girl wore deli vcrrd 110 the turtle which took them in its mouth and sank with them through tho hole Immcdiatolv till of tho water Mowed away and in tho place wlioro tho reptile linl appeared that rose up a largo black rock which according to tin myth roily bo soon at this day tos tifying to the truth of till story rnfortunatoly the deluge loft things in such a droop fund uncoiii fortahlo condition aftor dost rov ing all of flue houses and most of tlu 111IIllIhllllIlIltII Ihlll tliejso lilt thought it wisest to go away So they stu tedon a journoy northward time whole Irlbout them and tho era no which is a sa creel bird Mow ahead to pick out the driest routo At Ihl camo to tin region which tlhiscciidants now inhabit and which is so extremely dry that till water stubbly is always a subject of anxiety PRINCESS AND PLEASANT I Royalty Aids Poor Who Suffered Accident from Auto Failed toIRecognize Party Lusts annul I when thoduclioss and Mine Hone wore going for a run in their motor at Polorhol hoy chanced upon all aged peas Hut driving homo from town in a dilapidated carl in which lit had IIa11Ithe instant true motor came 111II sight the horse bolted scallerin to right and left the occupants of the vehicle The ierinan crown princess of course at onco stoppedttalordrd hIdlalllfII1 to assist thoold farmer to catch t lie ring way urinal while sllIlIIlIi Mmo Done sot to work in helping the women and children out of tho ditches Now the princoss ins a marked aversion to tine feathers and usually walks abroad in a situ i pit blouse and skirt and a sailor hat consequently when she peared on tho scone an Irate IIpr woman of the party shook her IItillIIl1tllallv snnltybut dismayed by this reception would not br oust ed and at last persuaded thoold woman to allow her to drive her and her children homo in her car lp to till present they tho farmer and his wife ice ignorant as to who tho tall young lady might be neither do thy know the source of I various mysterious gifts that timid their way periodically to their humble hunt Front Door Pretensions There are a lot of people who have acquired prominence in their front door nrotensioiiK who ouiht I lOIehIPrivate Junk Attacks Merchantman and Efforts to Cut Loose Are Without Success- l 1t had boon In the fog but two or three hours when a largo junk suddenly loomed up at our port bow Our captain who was an old j Knst India and China trader took I one look at her and 811hlh My I Uiod Heros an Infernal Chinese 1IIhkI as I can toll it wo had flit sails up land drawing but not quick enough to escape tho junk which bore down under full triad hop docks crowiLd with men hoer grappling irons on a long polo ready to hook into our dittos Tho Onoco being built fur the China trade wits amitird Yocar riod four guns in each broadside lull two swivels on tho talTrail i with an ample supply of boarding lItlIIIIIIIHboarding us it would moan a haul IIl11klilltit wo had not tired a gun before his grappling irons woro in our chains lint at this moment wo lot go a broadside of our our port guns which must have dis ablod lIlt men in charge of the grappling lino for tbydldboot sue j coed in making it fast around their i hits until they had drifted about two hundred feet astern Yo at I tempted to rut this line but the 11111111llIlilland the angle was such that HI mold not hit it withashot Something AfulII stlsllett1111 Mrs Oldeastlo that our now minister is a trans ceiidenlalist hrplkd her hostess as she carelessly tossed her rope of pearls over I he barkof a hahclo1111 think so Jlyl Id hate to bo our of them I should think theyd full downstairs or something gcl t ill ililll1lcl prowling aroiiiul that way in their sleep = Chicago KocordHerald I The Donkey In Egypt The donkey next to the camel is the most useful and hard work lug animal in Egypt Ho is ill j murk request among tourists and may also lot soon creeping homo at sunset so laden with clover with a fullgrown man and a child perched on t lit tojiof thou load that nothing is visible lent his head and tail I I GIRLS WHO A tiE LOAFERS Uauy Fair Maids lot Compelled to Earn Livings titter Away Their Time Doing Nothing antIsound very pretty dots Itf asks the Philadelphia Mullet in And yet there art a ood many girls whom the title tits In other I words there inn gir15 who spend their time doing absolutely notli lhg tiicumsiances do not render Iii necessary fill thorn to earn their living and so they stay at homo i und fritter the precious away in useless pursuits1I1111111IIISI ness Dont a good 1I1111 Hi in bird in time morning and ItItheir mothers got up and breakfast And dont you think they also dross up in their best clothes and spend thou afternoons I enjoying themselves while their mothers stay honianil prepare the evening meal And when thuII homo they spend their time reading trashy novels or trimming equally trashy huts When a girl goes to a party and is late getting to bird silt looks on it as quite proper and natural that aho should lie in bed lute the next morning and all of thou family ac cepts thl fat as a matter of marsh lint if the mother is up half the night with an ailing baby neither her luzydiulghlrruurnay other member of the family seems ilo think it necessary that she should stay in bed and make up her broken sloop Perhaps if some of those girls could appreciate tilt enormous value of time tlIIYI would not waste it Our lives ar snob tiny drops in the ocean of time thai wo can never never cull back out precious lost minute Dear girls dont allow your solves to be called by that ugly word loafer and yet you will bo if You deserve it If vour brothers j ttiiio J n jpiioijC- IIAUI iMiq JHIIIII tlo1 NJIIJli11J s jj uj qiuoAoiii pii ij of 4UUU utii tixoiiti pun AupuliM jujuj qilAV 1110 no KAVOJtt pit qnn u BJ haItuo1 11I1J su 11att sa tiot JOII Ailu os UBJOJIMII pojiiu oq pjnoAi AOIU iiil4oa atop pun possoiii jpilAiipUJSHOI dill punoan all NOTICE Orders Ohio County Court regu tar term September 1th 1005 Pres Hon James P Miller Judge It appearing to the satisfaction of ofIa o members composing the same has heretofore decided that elections to regulate the running of stock at large in Ohio county Kentucky shall be confined to the voting pre cincts in said county and it further appearing that Ozias Taylor and 25 other legal voters of Select voting precinct Job S Wilson and 20 other legal voters of Horse Branch voting precinct E R Williams and 24 other legal voters of South Hockport port voting precinct Win W Loach and 31 other legal voters of Arnold voting precinct have filed their several petitions herein praying anclac tion to be held in their several respective voting precincts at the regu tar election November 7th 1105 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in each of said precincts upon the question Whcth or or not cattle generally shall be permitted to run at large in said pro chiefs or any of them and it appear ing that said petitioners have dcims ited with this court the sum of live dollars to defray the expenses of election in each Precinct it is there fore ordered mid adjudged that said question he submitted to the voters of said precincts at the regular elcc tion November 7th 1905 mid the officers of the election are directed to open a poll at each and allof the voting places in said precincts in Ohio c unity Kentucky for the purH e ascertaining tho will of the voters Itipon the question Whether or oat they shall permit cattle irenor ally to run at large in their respec tive voting precincts Notice of the uhmisriioii of this question shall bo publishes at least twenty days le- fore the staid election in at leant four issues ofit paper having tilt largest bona tide circulation in the- i county The County Clerk is ordure and directed to have printed on the bad lots of each of said precincts the question For or Against the running at large of cattle in Select voting precinct Horse Branch voting precinct South Rockport votingpro civet Arnold voting precinct Ohb IentuclsIRtciu Clerk D C Pursuant to the above order 1 Cal P Keown Sheriff of Ohio county will cause a poll to 40 opened in each of the voting precincts therein nam led on November 7th 1905 for the purpose of tilling the sense of the legal voters of said precincts as to whether or not cattle generally shall be permitted to run at large in saul precincts CAI P KKOWX S 0 C Hartford Ky October J 1905 BIG FOUR tot 4- j Peoria I Chicago 1 Toledo I Detroit P I Cleveland Buffalo + fNewYork I i And all other points East + Information cheerfully fur i nished on application at City j- I Ticket Oflice Big Four No I A 250 Fourth avenue or write to I A S J GATES i- A Genl Agent Passenger DeptfLouisville Ky + i THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner VM fC MIUHNTT C U HWnil BAH ET r SMITH M1ORN E Y S A T LAW n A III runo KY et101dunmindJuhdnRonutlnndrutrnfIpI H t Inbiulrrntuudto 111 InnlHiiil Itinl KututP IUH rimiiltlriLtIt4tt 1111111111111 UllleItti FRANK Le FELIX AttoneyatLawIIAItrlolt11ItT t midIululnlteneuty elrrlNltrtorn 1 1 CHAS M CROWE LAAWYRRH- Airrroim JKv Will iirnrtlr hi prMfrulmi lu nil ih rnlr- letlhlnndndjnlnlrrrnullutldInIhrl r JIIII SMTI 1 I iFhttiin ulvrti tyirlmlnnl 4 lintlrtnltilrukrrtlwlThunurullr JNO B WILSON ATTORNEY AT LAW HARTFORD KY UIIIIhn0II relrrnurrhhbPutllrptnp R R WEDDING Attorney at Law HAKTFOKII Kv 11111 prsralellrlllntr nud rwhvlt ert nprompOrIMiUhlo uu y Uthlhi0 t II JIIHIIIS EIESI Itlblpa 111 ilEA VRIN WOODWARD w it oNtr N ht11111 re er rhr hrblne In Ill h Idnnne nudeIrl 101 111lIhW H BARNES Attorney at LawiiiiiiNrv VITIIIIIV Rlntrtwn hT- tt 11111 1111 It prtloe to nil ll borhln nml n tjitinif Minnrim nni Oh II 110 rll mirntli N eftbr r1 bnlonIrtll ti hlnr IiIhIIa- iw I rrp IN 1 YANCY L arosLPy ATTORNEY AT LAW Until rt Krnlurhv Will iiriiurlil 5ruhloh Innlllln0of ttiililini1 uilJulnlHir innHOm and In ibtn 111 ti i NtnrInhllrlimiircr I lll Nnllmixl Item 60 EARS E PERIENCE TRADE MARKS V ryDESiaasAc miqIOhm tnctlrcnledeuaet HAND 001 oil Iatulerne tree OMfit furMniniitfMlriiii Talent taken through Jlunn IL to note ldal notice without chirt In the Scientific Jftiericmu A hndromtr IMnotratM wwlilf fjirant ciilmlon of tif fftontlde lournal Trrmi II a- nrwrdntrrerear t lour montbi ft Sold by sum Yorkarauc p DErINDEDIIeDdmodldFn j AUKv liuw to obuln tn Inulo nuutu tJ1IUmwy auJcfttn tbtfattnt e lClualvelylIeIII n nu sort app riti iuw rural OSte WASHINGTON D C ROUGH 1VR LEPHONCOMPANY IMOKI INrlII 1 l The Rongh Rivet Telephone Co is Independent owned and operated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll ser vice which is constantly being ex tended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 miles 15cts 45 miles 15 cts c 1 W A CHANDLER Gen Aljrr 1 Hartford Ky J WOBANNON Local Mgr B iver am Kye I rt AI SPEND TO SAVE PENNIES Court Records Show Thousands of Dollars Have Been Wasted to Win Small Amounts 4luthe court records of unlimber of states may be found iuataucea where a dispute over a few pen nies cost a small fortune Such in peopletata f pay five cents they did not owe or thought they did not owe which is h much the same thing to a pugna cious man In fact there is a cuss on record in a New England court t where a suit was brought over a cent while suits involving less than a dollar are not at all infre qlien t The baggage smashers on the railways are noted all the world over for their feats of destruction und there are few travelers who have not suffered at their hands Very few of them ever got any sat isfaction for their damagedJ trunks Among the exceptions however was a Mr Jepson a tray cling representative of a big com mercial house When one of his sample cases was damaged he did not meekly forgive He rose in his wrath and laying his hand upon his heart and professing that he was actuated by pure public spirit he one day sued one of the big corn ponies for half a dollar the cost of repairing a trunk damaged by the companys servants Ills luggage had on several other occa sions Buffered much more severely Last year n man from Chicago a certain Sir Henderson went to France for a summer holiday The customs authorities there de manded eight francs duty on vari ills things they found in his trunks told bags relieving he knew bet tee and that the utmost amount he could lawfully be called upon to pay was seven francs he ten tiered that amount and flatly de clined to pay muse The customs officers therefore declined to pass his baggage and gave the traveler the choke of re embarking or leaving his luggage in their possession until a more liberal view of the case should overtake him and induce luau to disburse the eight francs He chose the latter alternative went on to Paris bought a new outfit and instittitcdan action against the customs authorities for lam ages for wrongful detention of his goods whereby he was put to con I1hI1i hit trouble annoyance and expense He lost the action in the lust place appealed and got the judg meat against him revised in his fa von whereupon the customs au thorities took the ease to a higher court and finally won obtaining judgment justifying their action and ordering that the eight francs together with a further ISOIH francs unbolt llill more costs of till various actions should be paid forthwith when the unsuccessful litigant would be reposessed of his halIII ti whlh hl had refused to pay Id 11118IYACHT CLUBS AND HOUSES Immense Amount cf Money Invested In Pleasure by Devotees Esti mated at Mnny Millions P P Vldridge in an article rev i rititly published in Pearsons Mag i iixiiie estimated thou more than LIIIUnnjl Is iuvested its yachts IIIllu1Q011 its club hn11sr5 and club OOOIhllIryachting There are now i0 clubs devoted to yachting iu the United States A careful examination of the records of the yachts show that there art th2 steam yachts lll auxiliaries 1liu schooners Ilsllloilsa11dellttershyall15 llficaf boats and its launches with IMS electric or naphtha motors making u total otllS yaclils- Xo record is kept of sailingtrafr that are less than i feet long Oil the deep and there is no list of launches that nut less than Li feet long Of these it was estimated ltv a prominent builder recently there art more than 1000 in the waters of this country There art I 511 steamers llilare built entire ly of steel These steel vessels are worth S17JIIIII All modern boats are built of steel and the Heveii that are over 3011 feet in length are among the handsomest in the world The 21 vessels of composite build are worth M1000 mill the woiVlffii boats nee worth 7090000 Tliiri makes a total for t4y r tITe steam yachts owned by Aineri can yachtsmen of X9530UOU Not the Real Thing Toe in II cottage is a case of vivid Imagination X Y Times MUNICIPAL LUNCHROOMS Good Results Noted In Foreign Cities from Furnishing Free Meals for School lldrenIIn Berlin the giving of free breakfasts has brought the hap plest results says the Header Children who stunt from a pov ertystrickeu home in the morn lug without a sutlicieut and often without any meal to sustain them cannot be expected to give their minds to their studies in the same degree as the children whose hod its are well cared for A considerable falling off was consequently noticed in the attendance of the III fed and weaker children the very ones who could least afford to neglect the studies required to tit them to earn their daily bread in after life until the system was adopted by the municipal authori ties of distributing food free dill ing the socalled breakfast hour to these poor waifs In Chris tiania Norway the principals of the schools report that the free board has had a good effect upon till children us they take more in terest in the work and are more wideawake lull lively their alt pearance also shows better health and more strength The reixHt comes from Havre that the free meals there love been found to encourage school attendance as well as to benefit the children physically mentally and morally The people of Itrussels conceive it to be their duty to have every school child medically examined once every ten days Its eyes teeth ears and general physical condition lire overhauled If it looks weak and puny they give it a dose of codliver oil or some suit able tonic At midday it gets a square meal and the great est care is taken to see that no child goes ill Shnd illclad or ill fed NEEDLEMAKING IN ENGLAND Art Has Several Times Been Lost to British Workmen Since the Reign of Queen Mary The hlsoC making needles in England is a curious one for the art has been several times lost to English workmen since the reign of Jucen Mary Needles were first node in Eng land at that time by n negro from Spain who set up u shop and for a time prospered at his trade this death it was found that he had taught the trade tonooneand the English had to go abroad for their needles until Ifilin when a German artisan taught a few mechanics the manner of their making i The trade soon died out again for some reason and tint until Hill was it revived by a foreign j workman who conducted his op rations on so large a scale that there was no longer any danger of the secret of their manufacture being lost This Will the first time that the method of making them was not shrouded in secrecy and soon till i manufacture of needles became an important industry the White chapel needles becoming famous till wOlh1I1tll There are now several centers in addition to the London quarter j where the needle industry nour isles Uirmingham alone produc lug aSuuuty 1I1lIlIIs ill II day as the original workman made in his life time Deceiving to the Eye disIElectricity is fatal to the cerniiient of low and pink two totnllyditrereutl colors look str by electric light Heliotrope is also like piirk and subtleties of shade are quite lost in it No light shows up shades and mints like candles did when those commodities were made of wax It is certain tint all the modern artificial illuminants mix up colors and shades inextric ably and electric light is worst I of all I Reliable InformationI CraySouuu one told me that your wife was both handsome njjd intelligent 11YolIINews I I TRADITION OF THE FLOOD j Noahs Ark of Pueblo InClans Con tains Some Curious Animals j Have Tradition of Deluge The children of the dians have a Noahs ark of theh1 own and sonic of the animals it I contains are very curious indeed such animals in fact as civilized young people are not acquainted with Among them are mountain goats queer creatures of the cat tribe iud pronghorned antelojKs AH of these animals are made out- 1f clay lord baked like pottery rafter which they are painted in quite an artistic and lifelike foal lUll Like most other peoples the Pu eblo Indians have U tradition oCI a great Hood The catastrophe curved long ago when they lived i the ancient land of their fore I fathers One day tit earth began to shake and strange rum bliugs grew louder tend louder 1111i nil at length an owning yawned in the middle of the central square of the town Out of the otenng gushed a mighty stream of water overwhelming tilt houses and Hooding till valleyso that tile in habitants lied with their live stock to the neighboring moun tains Presently there rose out of th hole in tin earth the head of a gi gau tic turtle which towered tot ho very roof of till sky Everybody wits terror slrirheu hut the chief Mists of the town whose name ought to have been Noahplucked up the courage to ask till gina reptile what he wanted The tur tit replied that it was hungry and that its appetite could be ap peased only by till sacrifice of 1 young man and a young woman There was nothing to do hilt to obey and so a handsome youth and a beautiful trill were delivered up to the turtle which took them in its mouth and sank with them through the hole Immediately nil of thin water Mowed away and ill the place where till reptile had appeared there ruse up II large black rock which according to tin myth limy be seen at this day ins tifying to tin truth of till story Unfortunately the deluge left things in such a damp lund uncom fortable condition after destroy jug all of tin houses hull Must of till IIHt II hiI 11111111 I hilt thin 10 pie thought it wisest 10 go away Sit thStlllllll on a journey northward tit whole trjbof tieul and tin eran whih is alia crud bud llew ahead to pick out the driest route At length they unit to the region which theirdt sccndimts tints inhabit and which is so extremely dry that tin water supply is always a subject of anxiety PRINCESS AND PLEASANT I Royalty Aids Poor Who Suffered Accident from Auto Failed to Recognize Party Last summer when thediiclies and ilme Dene were going for a run in their motor at Peterhol j they chanced upon an aged peas ant driving home from town in a dilapidated cart in which he had managed to store away at least three generations of his funnily The instant the motor came in Mght the horse bolted scattering to right null left till occupants of tit vehicle The I ieriuan crown princess of course at once stopped Hull ordered herchauUeur j to assist tit tIIIIIIIaaIl lII1I1whlll11I1I1II11 Mine Dene set to work in humping thin women and children out of tIll ditches Now tit princess has a marked aversion to line feathers and usually walks shroud in a suni pie blouse and skirt old a sailor hat j consequently when she ap peared on the scent an irate till woman of the party shook her fist IIthlnaturally somewhat dismayed by this reception would not boust ed and at last persuaded the old woman to allow lien to drive her and her children home in tier car lp to till present duly till farmer hull his wife are ignorant as to wlio the tall young lady might be neither do they know the source of various mysterious gifts that find their way periodically to them livmblc home t I front Door Pretensions There are a lot of people who have acquired prominence in their front duo pretensions tvluoouyhtlI to lie measured by their Sick porch conditions The Commoner FIGHT CHINESE PIRATES Private Junk Attacks Merchantman and Efforts to Cut Loose Are Without Success We had been in till fog hut two or three hours when a large junk suddenly loomed up at our port bow Our captain who was an old I East India and China trader took one look at her and said My i jCiod Heres an infernal Chinese llIilllIhkI 1111ienough to escape till junk which bore down under full head her docks vruwikil wit Ii men her grappling irons on a long pole ready to hook lulu our chains flllthlIwas I carS vied four guns in each broadside und two swivels on the falTraii with un ample supply of boarding lItIIIISlIlSboarding us it would mean a hand to hand tight old what with mak1 ing sail and getting ready fur lint i tie we hall not tired a gun before his grappling irrtus were in our chinas Hut at this moment W- Ilt i go a broadside of our our port guns which must have Ills abled the men iu charge of the grappling Hue for they did nut sue cccd in making it fast around their j tilts until they had drifted about two hundred feet astern We at tempted to rot this line but the link was attached lust by a long j Ilmill tvihrlu we could not sever nod the jingle was such that ve1 ciiuld not hit it with a shot j Something Awful 1 suspect said MrsOldcastle that our new minister is a trans ceiidentalist llh replied her i hostess as she carelessly tossed her rope of pearls over the burls of a chair do you think so ly1d lulu to be one of them I slionlJ think theyd fall jlownstairs or something III t ill prowllu around that way its their sleep IIiiitg a HeeordHcrald The Donkey in Egypt The donkey next to the camel Is till most useful and hardwork ing animal in Egypt He is ill i much request among tourists and may also be seen creeping home at sunset so laden with clover with a fullgrown man and a lllhli perched on tit topof the load I I nothing is visible but his head and tail GIRLS WHO ARE LOAFERS Many Fair 3Inicl3 lot Compelled Earn Livings Fritter Away toI Their Time Doing Nothing I liltIhoundline Philadelphia Mnllctiu And yd hen arc a ood uiaiiv whom tin title tits In ilillI words there arc irls who their tints doiii absolutely noth jug t irciimslanrcs do not render it iHccssaiy fur tinin to earn their hllllllIUIII I away in useless pursuits or idle ness Dont a gaud nllulylif them lii in lied in the ullirniug hull If their mothers jcl up and get breakfast And dont you think they also dress up in their best I clothes and spend the afternoons enjoying themselves while their mothers stay homeland prepare tin evening meal And whin they are home they spend their lime rcadiiif trashy novels or trimmiii equally trashy hits When a girl pies to II party and 1111Ias III ft proper III I she should be in bed late the next inoriiiii and all of the family ac cepts tin fort as a matter of course Hilt if the mother is up half the night with an ailiiifj baby neither her lay daughter nor any other member of the family seems 1o think it necessary thirst KIll should stay in bed and mike up her broken sleep Perhaps if some of these girls could appreciate tlin enormous value of time they would not waste it Our lives iw Hiich tiny drops in the ocean of time that we ran never never call bark one precious lost minute Dear girls dont allow your skives to be rolled by that ugly word loafer and yet you will he f you deserve it If your brothers A u AIIIO in UliltJ ClIAUl 1111I1J JHIIUI IIUV sill iIIIJ SII u j iqitioAiiij pi 1111 01 juituII- OA KSllUII pun VljpjdlM IUU- Jiu hull no HuuH loll Jjqnq u HI lUuuio Sathi sum HfUv an uoC joti pIIOAlvoitjptu AHP IjHOHtioq oij4 punoauII- NOTIGEI reguiIt appearing to the satisfaction of ofIa members composing the same has heretofore decided that elections to utIlnrgeshall be confined to the voting precincts in said county and it further appearing that Ozias Taylor and 25 votingilegal voters of Horse Branch voting precinct E H Williams stnd 2t oth er legal voters of South Rockport port voting precinct Win W Leach and 81 other legal voters of Arnold voting precinct hove filed their sev elllCI pective voting precincts at the regu tau election November Till 1905 for the purpose of taking the sense of the legal voters in each of said precincts upon the question Vhetli cr or not cattle generally shall be permitted to run at large in said pre cincts or any of them and it appear ing that said petitioners have hellos ited with this court the sum of five dollars to defray the expenses of election in each precinct it is there fore ordered anI adjudged that said question he submitted to the voters of said precincts at the regular elec tine November 7th 1J05 und the officers of the election are directed to open a poll at each and nilIIf the voting places in said precincts in Ohio cuinty Kentucky for the purH M of suwertsiining the will of the voters lunon the question Whithur or not they shall permit cuttlIcellr ally to run sit large in their iwtpec tie voting precincts Notice of the submission of this question shall be published at least twenty days her fore the said election in at least four issues of a paper having the largest hunts fide circulation in the countyThe County Clerk is ordered and directed to have printed on the hal lots of each of said precincts the question For or Against the run ning sit large of cattle in Select vat jag precinct Horse Branch voting precinct South Hockport voting pre cinct Arnold voting precinct Ohii county Kentucks A copy attest M S KAiiwNi Clerk By U G ItAOUVNl D C Pursuant to the above order 1 Cal P Keown SheritT of Ohio county will cause si poll to 4e opened in each of the voting precincts therein nam lellon November 7th 1005 for the purpose of taUng the sense of thin legal voters of said precincts as to whether or not cattle generally shall he permitted to run in said precincts CAI P KEOWN S 0 C Hartford Ky October 2 1905 41444444 4W 4 BIG FOUR IThe Best Line toI9ndanaiiolls 4ChicagoToledo II Detroit 0 I Cleveland Buffalo New York + Boston i And nil other points East ti j Information cheerfully fur I- j mshed on application at City i- fi Ticket Oflice Big Four No I A 259 Fourth avenue or write to A ISJ GATES J- A Passenger Dept A b Louisville KyI044444444444I THE REPUBLICAN is prepared to do your Job Printing in a firstclass manner +vLNIe C M IUHMTT III 1111fBAKNETf SMITH ATTORN EYS AT LAW II A UUlcUHT1111 irm tuitliilrprnliMlon In lIlhrollh + NlrHnrlelnttehtlutllliHI HII InlliHtluii sits tht lrtirtlfiif Crlin lhnrCaLICAS I 4 I FRANK L FELIXIy11IltprnrllrnIplexl1rlmluNIprnrtlr Oltwlii HID llrriilil liullillntr j CHAS M CROWE LAWYER c HAHTFOIU KY r Will iirnrili htprnlrlnu III nil III cunrUI Ohio and iiiljuliilir vnulh and In livlnAr apnclllnndIrt ninl On I or Miittihuhnrnrkrrnptnlt- JNO h B WILSON ATTORN EV AT LAW HARTFORD KY rnllrrnutuwnkhlNahtrnrretrntnutnnlnhU I jr pigniFf- i R WEDDING s Attorney at Law HAKTKOKO Ivi- t I II i rnrfiiiiMnli inn 1111Iti nlrIi Ir 1rnlnn InfuriihliKonu1 I M i IIKAVIIIN IIMSI nua11e HEAVRIN1Y00DYtfDI oscci c icOi KVUlll IijAnlnllattNf 11 Ih Joil I Nlnnlprarth lanl1N i N 41wu hsii n Hnnkor nrnnnl = == J VV H BARNES j Attorney at Law 1 1 ixiniifM vrniKMvM- tuiMtHn Kr J Will pawlIr IU proNlsi In nil fflir rnnrf- HRliiNHiln lliHnfmroimlfMMIliI III IhrCiilirl J rllxIrI lt nor IN raHhLr YANCY L aTOSLRY ATTORNEY AT LA- llrtllt V f lit KrnlurUv l11111 pr1r11I endnn IIa11Snlr t inllii nllni nnnll 1111 Ill eurl t f 111liittliovii Iitl StIsClntllIonl BO EARS e EXPERIENCE I TRADE MARKS DESIGNS COPYRIGHT Ac r Anrnne lending A rkrlrh und drtrrlptlnn may qnlrklr mreruiu our opinion e i r aliirpiinnn I prohnbly Communlm lIotrtIInDde ilL RANG OOg oulilcnU eurerurmipateltIatenotpfflnl noffcr without thence In the Scientific JTimricatu A hundiomrlf DlilitrilM wrrklr Ijirreit M JMOWNllrancu omco es r lit Wuhloiiion Co 1I DtrCNDEO0e11dmodebarm el Krvn Truv how to obtain ilinl Irate tvpyrvhu no IN ALL COUNTRIES tuarI0 IreiExtlualvelywIttil Blnto Itrat cpp Cmitl tUUi mat Oat IS WASHINGTON O Ci4 ROUGH 1IVR- TFLEPIfON = COMPANY IINtonlnnaTIII The Rongh Rive Telephone Co is Independent owned andoperated by home people Good service at reasonable rates Prices for toll selIvice which is constantly being extended are as follows for 5 minutes conversation 15 miles 10 cts 30 HWItHartfordJ W OBMiNmi Local Mgr B aver Fain Kyierlrl toT Fol 17ArI- G t t i Sm wi 1 i1AB LISREDlE RIDER AGENTS WANTED I No Money Require I blcycloWeauyolle on en als rreo rIa 24IS05with Coaster Brakes und Puncturoless Tires 1Debt2theAny tmifcc or model you tcunt at one tldrd usual price Choke of any standard tires and best equipment UII ull our bloc1II Stronyeat yuaraatce We SHIP ON APPROVAL C O D to any ono inficmf i r lit ilc i iit and allow 10 DAY F R E E T r I A L OOlllro purchase 11 btnding f 8nilFACTORYUUfauipment lundrlei arut M rtltir rood of all kind at halt regular rice In our I big tree Sundry Cstaloue Cuntalus II world ul useful luformatlon Write for It PUNCTUREPROOF TIRES 4 76R Regular prloo 8 SO per pair 7wsYou SampleNJ GLASS P lETaNO MORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES Result of 1T years experience In lire making No IlanfI tom HORNS CACTUS PINS NAILS TACKS 0 GUiSS Strlous punctures Hko Intentional knlfo cuts cue be vulcanized like any outer tire DURABLE COVERED a Send Calaloirun T sliowlnir all kinds and makes of tires at HM pair and litalo Coaster nrak llulltuii Winels anil at Hall th prlamm Notice tile tuck rulilnr tread A and strtrw u and I1 This tin will anr other mafco Soft and Easy Uldlnr will ship C 0 D ON APPROVAL AND EXAMINATION irON a pal drfetil- We win allow a cash dlmoounl of 5 r thrrcbr uaklntr the price IfM pair If you send full ommh with ortfor Tires to bu returned at our uxpetuo If on O MEAD CYCLE CO Dept II JL CHICAGO ILL OUR CLUBBING RATES THK RKitinirAX and Louisville Hemhl125I-m RKHMIUCAX and Louisville HumId 500- THK KKiPWicVN and CourierJournal lnO- THK RKiiwiicAN and St Louis GlobeDemocrat 17s Tin RiMiMiiHAX and Home and Farm 12 HK liKiiiMuuN and Lippencotts and Cosnioplitan 325 HK RuiiMiucAN and LVieoa Week Owensboro Inquirer 175 InF IvKiiitucvv nod hvensboro Inquirer J570- UK IlKiUHiiiAN and TwieeaWeek Oboro Messenger 175 HK RKIMMUICAN and National Majjaxine 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN I I PatiolaThe Mixlrrn dose brfnrr nrh mealwill nioVr III tart strung and wrll IANOLA has no rqtul lur In ilran Ustp l Cntnrrh ol the Thioat Stoin ch HuvtN Iv n n Kid ft I I Ia Grippe xnd general debility Made hy lh IIKTCIIIIKIl PllAR UACAL Co Inc Pnr t a1r H WILLIAMS Hartford IJSouthern Raiway Shortest and Fastest Lines hleoal Lexington aId Louisville 81 Louisanftile WestT- wo trains daily as followsI Leave Lexington 610 n m Lou isville 900 n m arrive St Louis 612 p m Carrying vestibuled coaches and Cafe Observation Parlor Car Meals a carte through without cange Leave Lexington fiillO p m Lou isvilloHO15 p m arrive at St Lou is 732 a m carrying free reclin ing chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change I Reserve Sleeping Car berths at 111 lust Main St Lexington Ky 2H4 Fourth Ave Louisville or Union Depots Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this office cheap THIS CATARRH REMEDY Is Sure to GIVE- Satisfaction ELYS CREAM BALM illvwi rvllrlnt mice ItrlRIetwtht anil bonlo tb lienrelment btnne ncurnVntnrrh V+ EADInbotbedprotect the JlMnUrnin ItMtoriMi the Smwa n tnile nnilftintll Ilillnii ftiv t ilriiirpUtu or- br mull Trlnl xlic Or liy mill JjljY IJUUTIIKIW SBUiiriniWwi Sew York t r r i1rI EASY RIDING STRONG SELF HEALING FULLY by PATENT- BEWARE OF IMITATIONS for Illoycliifunilrliii usual outlau KlaMM We per not satisfactory examination I Daily Daily tonics Head byI at la Ky I i Thousands of Acres For Sale priceiRich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON- MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri ana Northern Arkansas most direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS ecnlnaclalrfirst and third Tuesdays of each pamphletstoH C TOWNSEND ieaI Prsettkl toLOUIS IR I Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass itI KingsNew For Prlcag100 A Perfect For All Throat and Cure Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial Dottlo free t Ittiar DAY OF ATONEMENT Jews Throughout the World Ob served National Fast Day Yom Kippur Yom Kippur the Day of Atone and great national fast day of Jewish people began last Sun day at sunset and continued until sunset Monday evening It was observed in the synagogues of Louisville by allday services a custom that is common to all the various religious bodies among the Jews It is the the only day of the year that is so marked and is considered the most sacred and most holy of all Jewish anniversaries The practice of its observance dateI back to Biblical times the first rec onl being found in the Book of Leviticus where it is said to has been inaugurated among the people of Israel under the direction of Mos es Even in the most reformed Jewish congregations the day is held to be of great signficance and is most strictly kept preachS I temple Life Panoram in New York NewThe whirligig of life in Gotham is so rapid that in seems impossible to check the pace One must go with the crowd or be trampledon To show just how people and things keep on the go the Tribune summarizes the daily round in these short lines Every 10 seconds an immigrant arrivesEvery 3 minutes some one is ar rested G minutes a child is horn 7Every 7 minutes there is a fuser al Every 13 minutes a couple get marriedEvery 12 minutes a new business firm starts up buileJingcatchllS Every 48 minutes a ship leaves the harborEvery 51 minutes a new building is erected Every 1 J hours some one is killed by accidentEvery some oiie fails in business Every 8 hoursan attempt to kill some one is made Every 8J hours some couple is clio vorcedEvery 10 hours some one commits suicideEvery 2 days some one is murder ed CASTORIAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears rho- Signature Aof Just Words Since the retirement of Senator Martin it is claimed Mr Morgan of Alabama is the champion long distance talker of the Senate At any rate the Alabaman frequently comes in for a good bit of chaIT in this connection One day it is related that Senator Aldrich goodhu moredly asked How long Senator Morgan could READ THIS Hopkinsvjlle Ky June i 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have sold your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for years and from experience I can say I have never sold any kidney and blad der remedy of superior merits Most respectively THOMAS D AIJMISTEAD A TEXAS WONDER One small bottle of Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery cures all kid ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emis sion weal and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kid neys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent b1nail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole PO box 629 manufacturerI Street St Louis Mo you talk on a subject of which you know absolutely nothing Ohreplied Morgan with a grim smiles if it was a matter as to which I knew adsolutely nothing I do not think that I could talk more than two days Pointed Paragraphs How often has the lowly banana peel given pride a hard fall It isnt always easy to flatter a girl who has a big brother- Incompatibility of finances is the root of many divorce cases When a lamp stands in its own light it is time to turn it down Two can live as cheap as one after they have been made one A philosopher is a man who thinks that possibly he was once a fool When a woman marries a man she takes everything he hasincluding his name mindedoesnt necessarily imply that a blind man is crazy A mans superstition refusses to work when he is offered thirteen oysters for a dozen Any woman who can refrain from saying mean things about herpoor relations possesses genuine selfcon trol Just one Exception- Mr KnockOh yes hes a pro fessional masher Some men simply cant keeptheir eyes oft the ladies Mrs KnoxYes unless those same men happen to be sitting in a street car while the ladies are stand ing r 600 GIVEN AWAY Christmas Presents for Subscrib ers to the Weekly Courier Journal The Weekly CourierJournal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous Itpropostoents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and 20 andl sixteenjpres ent of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennes see Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write for the CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly Cou rierJournal giving full details I will be sent free tf THE LEGEND OF THE MAORI Story Which Is Handed Down frpm Chief to Chief Call Hawaii Their Fatherland The Maoris are not the aborigi ads of New Zealand This is the story of their coming as told by a legend handed down from chief to chief trove generation to generation To Kill1 a priest lived on an Is land called IJjiwiiiki supposed to ln Hawaii lie incurred the displeasure of his chief told was cool jxMlcd to lee for his life He secured a canoe and stocking it with provisions paddled out to sets leaving his home and his friends us lie thought forever IIt was mourned as dead bu about u year later he returned with n glowing story of n wonder fill country helms discovered lie gave graphic accounts of its mighty forests its burning mountains steaming luke and huge birds Tho story caused thevtlilestcx citemeut among his jKople who hailed TV Kupe as a god und prep orations were at once made to ex plore this magic country Seven large canoes were built and stocked with provisions nod wa ter and a putty of Islanders di rented by Te Kupe set forth on their adventurous journey In time they reached the place he had described and Te Kupes canoe the Aotea was the first to touch the shore Hence the Maori name Aoteuroa was given to New Zen landJust when this took is one of the points in the history of those people that is lost in the- shadowymemories of tho past but it is supposed to have been about 800 years ago The Maoris of to day always refer to Hawaii as the fatherland and there is n native proverb I kune mai i Ilawaiki t i ktine kai te tangata Theo sml of our coining is from lIlt walkl I th I CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS Beat Couch Syrup Tastes Good Use In time Sold by drutilsta I i STRONG cr 10 etlte AgainIs StovaIlofTiltonQju said after taking Kodol Dyspepsia I Cure Hundred ILofotherweak y are being restored to perfectII healthby this rem edy YOU may well if you will take It I Indllleationcaues nearly all the sick nest that women hare It deprires the system of nourish merit and the delleate organs peculiar to women suffer weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organs to digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that maybe eaten It nourishes the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risings belchlngheartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat De11ubatt1111fyuu trltl be rreue at t1 L rauqraeawutao011u I Sold by Z WAYNE UltlfFIN n Illinois mml Annual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 18 Personal Attendanceftof In k dividual Holders Desired FKHH TICKET TO THE MEETING Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central attinois on Wednesday October 18 1905 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting therewill be issued To Each Holier of One or MoreSliarcs of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as regis tered on the books of the Company at the close of business onTuesday September 26 1905 who is of full age A TICKET ENABLING HIM OR HER TO TRAVEL FREE over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central Rail road nearest to his or her registered address to- CHICAGO and RETURN jourt ney to Chicago only during the Four Days Immediately Ireceeding and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago on ly on the day of the meetingand the Four nayS Immediately Following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours on 1905ithat is to say between 900 a m and 500 p min the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket maybe obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on application in writing to the President of the Company in Chicago but each stock holder must individuallyljapply for his or her ticket Each application must state the full name and ad dress of the Stockholder exactly as given in his or her Certificate of Stock together with Ithe number and date of such certificate No- m ae than one person will be car Beet free in respect to anyone hold ing of stock as registered on the books of the Company A G HACKSTAFF Secy Subscribe for THE REPUBLICAN i Cumberland 1 TELEPHONEI t heres nothing the matter with my Duainess I Save the Cumber land Telephone in my tcbideiue and haslincreasrder heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition IL E PflTE Manr WlE1 Q YlBTIIOiiio Ooviaaty Circuit Coort TlVmrltbtnd Judge lien D IllngoAttorne TII Illack Jailer Ed 0 Ilarrneg clerk Frank I Felix Mater Com mlinloner Y I Mo elejr Trustee Jury Fund Ca Depsty5berlffCKnown Known CoarttonveDe nr tSIon day tbbRndtwo week County CourtJ P Miller Judge MS laIC IlartfordWCourt thlrdllonda7IIICourt of ClaimsConvene Grot Monday In tatnary Tuesday after second Monday In October CeralyoFrank DnllCorollorfVLfticmm CoaxD F Hudson Denver Dam February It Ma 18 August 11 November SO u7UJnoMQraham Narrows February 2811 aj3 August 29 November lit T A Kvaus Fordrllle January IB May 7 August 27 Novembers J A Hicks IlufordFebrnary 7 May 9 Aug ust 12 November 7 MayllAugnet MayaAuguat2 artfoxcXFellcsi CourtJno I Wilson Jndge C K Smith City Attorney H r Darnett Marshal Court con Tenet second Monday In eathmonth SarvlcvsiMSunday each month at 11 a m and 7pm and boon Sunday at 7 p m Iraysr meeting every Wednes day evening Kev WTMlller Pastor Baptist Chnrch Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday and Sunday night nnd fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening IIevJn lluruett pastor S C P Church Services first Sunday In each month at It a in and 7 pm neT J D liar ned pastor School Trustees Hartford Jas r Miller J Glenn S T Stevens D M Hocker J U D Car KonJonC Itlley City Council Rowan Holbrook Mayor H A Anderson Clerk Dr SJ Wedding W S Tint eyA CTaylor 311lleatrinT J Morton Councilmen Oocxat Seclotlosi A O U W meets Sat end third Friday ulflilaln each monthIHartford Lodge No 670 F A Masons flnt Monday night In each month Hartford Tent XoIID Knights of the Maces here every Thursday night Rough hirer Lodge No 110 IDlgbtoollythl- amtaner7 Tee lay night 1reston Morton Pot No4 0 A It hold reg nlarmeettngsSatnrilay btorr Grot Sunday In each month Wrlteforo- srooIJFrDENTIALLETTER before We obtain Bnaeu1AYand help Inventors to Bend model photo send IMMEDIATE FREE REPOIITON PAT Regtteredu at SOS 607 7th St WASHINGTON D C An Opportunity 1 We want a man in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer exceptional induce ments to someone who commands a horse and wagon and can devote his time to advancing the sales of our product Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pableof development into a permanent and prpfitable business WRITE AT 0CE WheelerUilsonMfgQo 72 and 74 Wabash Ave CIIICGO 1 wt rh Kr srz RIDER AGENTS WANTED to Money RequiredI blcycloWeallyolttOn en 19 rreo rillI 24I905with Coaster Brakes and Punctureless Tires 12IAny mifa or model mint nt onethird usual price of nu standard tires and bestt equipment on bicycles titronijcat guarantee Wo SHIP OH APPROVAL O D to any without it r n t ilnmxit and allow 10 DAYS I bindingJlllDITEAASII makes iiiold our w fVIOroHrUUourbigPUNCTUREPROOF TIRES 4EP Regular prloo 850 per pair To Introduce J 75t rm ws will Soil I Youa NtlLSUCKS Sample OR GLASS rnlETaMORE TROUBLE from PUNCTURES Result of in yoars exiwrlfiiico In tire mnklntr Mo Oaneor fromI PINS NAILS TAOKS or GLASS aTlotis punctures like Intontloiml knifo cuts can be like any ollior tire EASY FULLY COVERED i Bend for T showing all klmls and mtkr of tires at tOO r pair and alio Co rllrakfll Ilullluti WlircU fllcyclrtSunilrlwi at Hmlt th umuml prla m- Nntlco the thick ruliUr tread A amt ininctum trtw H suit D Tore tine will outlaw mother Flatlc and Easy JlhUllw Wo will ship C ON APPROVAL drpedk if rotltlne price 1450 per pair If you send full ommh with ordor Tlrcn to bo returned at our expense It not on examination v MEAD CYCLE CO Dept IIdLa CHICAGO ILL I u OUR CLUBBING RATES tut RKitiUiirAN and Louisville HCluhl1251111 llKiiiuifAX and Louisville Daily Humid toO 19n UKHMIMCAX anti CourierJournal 150 1111 HKIUMIMCAX and St Louis luhl Ill t 175 rlll RKiimirAX and Homo and Farm 125 IRr ItKiUiMUMX and Lippencotts und Cnsinoplilan tf25 1111 KKIUIIMCAN and Twicoa Wcek Owensbow nquircr 1 75- KKiTiturAXI Till and Daily Owonslmro Inquirer 570- RKiUiuicAXIm and TwioeaWeek Oboro Messenger 175U- KIMMIIICAXIm and National Mapixinu 150 Address all orders to THE REPUBLICAN l e iyPatiola II The tonicII dose hrfoTr tnrh nlt1 will nmVr tin Iffl utronn and wrll IANoLA hoe no r11l41lr In IIIf D ol thr Herd Throat Stomach Hnwrie lv nn Kidnt t- ia4 Grippe and cnernl tleblllly Maile hy lli ltitTCllllKMt PlIA- Ri d MACAL CO Inc 1T s le hv IJH WILLIAMS Hartford Ky 110 1 r e Southern Raiway Shortest ani j4IlO1 fastest lin sILexington and Iugisvl- IkLoulsunUllie 10 i I WosI trains daily as follows j IILeave Lexington 610 a m Louisville 900 a m at St Louis t12 m Carrying vestibuled I coaches and CatO servntion ParI t far Car Meals a In cartcthroujthi- thout ClmleILeave Lexington fiiUO p m Lou i8villeMO15 p m at St Lou is 732 a m carrying free reclinI ing chair cars and Pullman sleeper through without change i Reserve Sleeping Car at 111 Must Main St Lexington Ky 231 Fourth Ave Louisville Ky or 1 Depots Firstclass typewriter paper for sale at this of fice cheap I REMEDY THIS Is Sure to GIV- ESatisfaction 4 ELYS CREAM BALM liven Ivllrt nt once It elaanennlhath nlin in liruno ItcumCntnrrh i Choice all our C onn and I ut 00 G p heal IUa CATARRH Jt COLDhi HEAD Iteetrnr the Sen pen o li sm tit drnuglete or11l1IdtlIWnynlo liy mop IIftlurtlJ Sw Nrw York Yt h4 r t7rt hlx tF RIDING STRONG DURABLE SELF HEALING I by PATENTS BEWARE OF IMITATIONS Cittlorun and makeSoft tlirrebr the DC1II OC MiMrrn Hpcpl Catarrh 4011 arrive arrive berths Union find Thousands of Acres For Sale at reasonable price Rich Agricultural and Mineral Lands along the line of the IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE In Southern Missouri and Northern Arkansas mot direct line via ST LOUIS AND MEMPHIS rectnnacl1alrfirst and third Tuesdays of each pamphletsPolders C10WNSENDR T 0 MATTHEWS tea7P arss5Tki reanhaqhungwlpq- TW01i lCCKTIlllil Nothing has ever equalled it Nothing can ever surpass it DrKingsNew I I For F Pln3tften A Perfect For All Throat and Cure I Lung Troubles Money back If It falls Trial fettle freeI c DAY OF ATONEMENT Jews Throughout the World Ob served National Fast Day Yom Kippur Yom Kippur the Day of Atonement and great national fast day of the Jewish people began last Sunday ut sunset and continued until sunset Monday evening It was observed in the synagogues of Louisville by all day services a custo that is common to all the various religious bodiesamong the Jews It is the the only day of the year tha- is so marked and is considered the most sacred and most holy of nil Jewishanniversaries The practice of its observance dateI back to Biblical times the first rec oral being found in the Bookof Leviticus where it is said to hay been inaugurated among the people of Israel under the direction of Mos es Even in the most reformed Jewish congregations the day is held to be of great signficance and is most strictly kept Appropriate sermons were preached by Rabbi Enelow in Adath Israel temple Life Panoram in New York- Iw The whirligig fork of TrthulIPIso rapid that in check the pace One must go with the crowd or be trampledon To show just how people and things keep on the go the Tribune summar izes the daily round in these short linesEvery 10 seconds an immigrant arrives Every 3 minutes some one is ar restedEvery G minutes a child is born Every 7 minutes there is a funeral Every 13 minutes a couple get marriedEvery 42 minutes a new business firm starts up Every 18 minutes a building catch es fire Every 48 minutes u ship leaves the harborEvery 51 minutes a new building is erectedEvery hours some one is killed by accident Every 7 hours some one fails in businessEvery 8 hoursan attempt to kill some one is made Every SJ hours some couple is di vorcedEvery 10 hours some one commits suicideEvery 2 days some one is murder ed CASTOR IAFor Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the- Signature of Just Words Since the retirement of Sonatp- Martin it is claimed Mr Morgan o Alabama is the champion long dis tance talker of the Senate A any rate the Alabaman frequently comes in for a good bit of chair in this connection One day it is r lated that Senator Aldrich goodhu moredly asked How long Senator Morgan could READ THIS Hopkinsvjlle Ky Juno 7 1901 Dr E W Hall St Louis Mo Dear Sir I have sold your Texas Wonder Halls Great Discovery for years and from experience I can say I have never sold any kidney and bladder remedy of superior merits Most respectively THOMAS D ABMISTEAD A TEXAS WONDER WonderI ney and bladder toubles removes gravel cures diabetes seminal emission weak and lame backs rheumatism and all irregularities of the kidneys and bladder in both men and women Regulates bladder trouble in children If not sold by your druggist will be sent b1nail on receipt of 100 One small bottle is two months treatment and sel dom fails to cure any of the above- mentioned Sold by all druggists Dr E W Hall sole manufacturer O box 629 office 2031 Olive Street St Louis Mo you talk on a subject of which you know absolutely nothing Ohreplied Morgan with a grim smiles if it was a matter as to which I knew adsolutely nothing I do not think that I could talk more than two days Pointed Paragraphs How often has the lowly banana peel given pride u hard fall It isnt always easy to flatter a girl who has a big brother Incompatibility of finances is the 1root of many divorce cases When a lamp stands in its own light it is time to turn it down- t Two can live as cheap as one after they have been made one A philosopher is a man who thinks that possibly he was once a fool When a woman marries a man she takes everything he hasincluding his name eOut of sight out of mind doesnt necessarily imply that a blind man is crazy A mans superstition refuses to work when he is offered thirteen oysters for a dozen Any woman who can refrain from saying mean things about herpoor relations possesses genuine selfcon trol Just one Exception- Mr KnockOh yes hes a pro fessional masher Some men simply cant keeptheir eyes off the ladies Mrs KnoxYes unless those same men happen to be sitting in a street car while the ladies are stand ing 600 GIVEN AWAY I Christmas Presents for Subscrib ers to the Weekly Courier Journal The Weekly CourierJournal Henry Wattersons paper wants to share the profits of this prosperous proposetoents ranging from 100 to 20 amounting to 600 in all There will be four general presents of 100 50 30 and 20 ands sixteenjpres ent of 30 and 20 to be given in the states of Kentucky Indiana Tennessee Texas Mississippi Missouri Virginia and Alabama The plan is fair and simple Write for the CourierJournal Company Louisville Ky for a copy of the Weekly Cou rierJournal giving full details It will be sent free tf THE LEGEND OF THE MAORI Story Which Is Handed Down from Chief to Chief Call Hawaii Their Fatherland The Maoris ore not till aborigi nes of New Zealand This is the story of tlllh coming as told by u legend handed down from rhief to chief from generation to gene ration Te Kill1 u priest lived on ill Is land called IJmvaiki supposed to aiisr courfpolled to llee for his life He se ittwith provisions paddled out to sea leaving his home and his foreverMHe wits mourned as dead but about a vein later he returned with n glowing story of a wonder ful country lie hud discovered UP gave graphic accounts of its mighty forests its burning moun tains steamhig lakes and huge birdsThe story caused the wildest ex citement among his eople who hailed IV Kupe as a god and prep arations were at once made to ex plore this magic country Seven large canoes were built and stocked with provisions and wa ter and a party of islanders di rected by Te Kupe set forth on their adventurous journey In time they reached the place he had described and Te Kupes canoe the Aotca was the first to touch the shore Hence the Maori name Aotenroa was given to New Zen land Just when this took place is one of the points in the history of these people that is lost in the shadowy memories of tho past but it is supposed to have been about 800 years ago The Maoris of to day always refer to Hawaii as the fatherland and there is a native j proverb I kune mai i Hnwaiki tIknee kai te tangata Theo set of our coming is from Ilawaiki I uaNL wt I CURES WHERE ALL ELSE FAILS GoodDie STRONG Againis Stovall Tilton Ga esaid after taking Kodol Dyspepsia Cure Hundreds otherweak women are being re perfectj beIIt- t Indigestion causes nearly all the sick net that women hare It deprives the system of nourishment and the deliaato organs peculiar to women tufftr weaken and become diseased Kodol Dyspepsia Cure enables the stomach and digestive organ digest and assimilate all of the wholesome food that may be eaten It nourish the body and rebuilds the weak organs restoring health and strength Kodol cures indigestion constipation dyspepsia sour risingsbelchingheartburn and all stomach disorders Digests What You Eat IKUutrial of It feat ilii ot I of lh to I mptna at U IIriwrr l SO a OCbla Sold by Z WAYNE Gill SEIN Illinois GenirlilRe Annual Stockholders Meeting at Chicago October 18 Per sonal AttendanceXof In k dividual Holders Desired FREE TICKET TO Till MEETING Public notice is hereby given that the regular annual meeting of the Stockholders of the Illinois Central Railroad Company will be held at the Companys office in Chicago Ill inois on Wednesday October 18 1905 at 12 oclock noon To permit personal attendance at said meeting therewill be issued To liach Holier of One or More Shares of the capital stock of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as regis tered on the books of the Company at the close of business onTuesday September 26 1905 who is ofjfull age A TICKET ENABLING HIM OR TIER TO TRAVEL FREE over the Companys lines from the station on the Illinois Central Rail road nearest to his or her registered address to- CHICAGO and RETURN such ticket to be good for the jour ney to Chicago only during the Four nays Immediately Preceejing and the day of the meeting and for the return journey from Chicago on ly on the day of the meetingand theI Four Days Immediately Following when properly countersigned and stamped during business hours on or before Saturday October 21 1905 that is to say between 900 a m and 500 p min the office of the Assistant Secretary Mr W G Bruen in Chicago Such ticket maybe obtained by any holder of stock registered as above on application in writing to the President of the Company in Chicago but each stock holder must intlividuall apply for his or her ticket Each application must state the full name and address of the Stockholder exactly as given in his or her Certificate of Stock together with the number and date of such certificate No mere than one person will be earned free in respect to anyone holding of stock as registered on the books of the A G CompanI Subscribe for TILE REPUBLICAN t i t t Cumberland TELEPHONEI 1theres nothing the matter with tuy ousineas I nYe the Cumber land Telephone In my residence and increased placed business and my wifea voice Ixanre er heard to grumble about the Tele phone Yours for good service and gentlemanly competition lI E PATH Manr Qh10 County Circuit Court TlVlllrkhvnd Jndt lieu Ii Illn oAttorny Tll lllack Jailer Ed O llarrniK Clerk rank L Felix Starter Com uodCaIKeown Clarence Keown Jo II JloberU lIam nritMondayweekend third Monday In May and November two week County CourtJ PMlllerJudge Msiltait llartfordWCourt MondayInAprllJulyCourt ol Claims Convenes flnt Monday In Jainary Tuesday after second Monday In October CorllivoFrlluk DllvlCoroaerviatic courtn F Hudson Beaver Dam February IS Mn lB August Ti November MayltJnoUOrabam Narrows February 2811 nj2 August 29 November li- T A Kvans Fordsvllle January IS May 7 August 17 November B J A Hicks IlufordFebruary 7 May flAu alt 12 November 7 W A Hone Centcrtown February II May 11 August 24 November P D J Wilcox llockport February 20 May B Augu t 28 November 1- 43XsirtroraZ cllce courtJno II Wilson Judge C K Smith City Attorney S r Ilarnett Marshal Court con venen second Monday In ratfanionth BmrvlcmmMSunday each month at 11 a m and 7pm and secon Sunday at 7 p m Irayer meetlngevery Wednt day evening llev WTMllIer Pastor Baptist Church Services held Saturday nigh before second Sunday Sunday end Sugdeyalght- and fourth Sunday and Sunday night Prayer meeting every Thursday evening Her J U Barnett pastor I C I1 Church Hervlres Bret Sunday In each month at 11 a m and 7 pm Rev J D liar oed pastor School Trustees Hartford Jas P Miller J Glenn 8 T Stevens 011 llocker J U D Car eon Jon C Illley City Council Rowan Holbrook Mayor H A Anderson Clerk IIrIIJ Wedding W B Tine ey A CTaylor M L HeavrlnT J Morton Conncllmen Secret SocltieA O U W meets Ant and third Friday tilgfita In each monthIHartford Lodge Noeta Ft A Masons first Monday night In each month Hartford Tent No 80 Knights of the Macca bees every Thursday night Rough Illver Lodge No110Knightof Pythla meets every TIay night Preston Morton Poet No4 0 A R hold reg nlarmeellngsSiitnrdajbeforeBrst Sunday In each month or no fee Writs for our ProtfifobtalDed re WwotlDone1 We obtain and help Inventor to auccesa Send model photo send FREE RPOIITON PAT ENTABILITV 20 years practice Regis aced Patent Lawyers or come to u at 605507 7lh St WASHINGTON D C An Opportunity 1 We want a man in this locality to sell the WHEELER WILSON Sewing MachineWe offer exceptional induce ments to someone who commands a t horseatldwagonandcan to advancing the sales of our product r Energetic men find our proposition a moneymaker ca pableof development into a permanent and prpfitable i businessWRITE AT ONCE WheelerWllsonMfgQo AveL5 wyo t piTr J ItI it I ROYALThe Absolutely Pure Baking Powder Made of Cream of Tartar and Free From Alum or Phosphatic Acid i Royal Baking Powder renders bread biscuit cake and all flour foods finer and more healthful I k j Baking powders made from alum phosphates andother I harshcaustic acids are lower in price but they are injurious to the stomachThe injurious effect of alum on the mucous coat of the stomach is positive end beyond dispute it is both an irritant and an astringent The use of alum in any article of food or article used in the preparation of food should be prohibited JOHN C VISE MD Medical Inspector U S Navy F Hartford Republican FRIDAY OCTOBER 13 WASP HAS DAINTY HABITS Curiously Delicate Combs That Legs Are Provided With for Tidy ing Process Yasps fliP exceedingly dainty ai their habits says a writer ill tho Pilgrim and in order to grat ify their instinct for neatness to he utmost nature has provided shorn with a sot of marvelousl iclicate combs and brushes If wo look closely at tho wasps KS we will lind that each bear till its outermost long joint two nmll movable spines known HI the apical spins and if we exam no those with a magnifying iJss wioh is scon to he provided with a row of ilno tooth so that the ap punitiis answers for a coarse and huetootlllcllollllJflw consists of TarhHiH perfectly dotlnile stops usually taking place in a partic ular sequence First it passes iioth front logs over 4tho face from above downward and after fpeating this movemont several times draws them through till jaws This is to remove any for ign substance whieh may have ollectod on them The logs itr- Iuci passed backward from the forehead much an wo should Miiooth back our halt Tlie wings ire then stroked agan and again Voin the base to tlie lip although till most ea refill observer would tail to detect anything upon them The abdomen is next carefully stroked from base to tip until very tine hall points ill tho right Infection and a gloss as tine as satin is attained liist of all each if die six legs in turn islabori iiiisly drawn between two of its fellows so the wnsp is once more ready to fall111I world BRACELET POWER EMBLEM Afterward It Was n Iteward of Bray ery Shown In Battle Unlvcr tally Popular Hi thoiuost ancient period of hisS firy the bracelet was an ensign n royalty In later times it has r lieiii used in the east as a badge f power Tiio bracelet of linbeeca imoii Iuwil ill lonosis weighed Itl- lilkls or about live ounces Among the ancient Komans the t 11 as well as the women wore tIqlltHj lout the latter nover HIT them I ill they wore be 70 hd- HIIIItII were at llrst properly military ornaments or rewards t Mietitly conferred among till jMiiil by gineinlBand jiriijcos loe who hivt1gnhIauity in Sgtit They became afterwnrd ji iitrnry dccoriilions assninodat I uro lie eiiiMiins siiys Fosbroke Iluonio iii c i v iilliOHL tin Idn WII gOhdOu llanl1- i1 t I k nrms ard I IIoh I b KfKts Of brass have been found round t lie arms of skeletons in Hritish lint rowsTlie northern people used t 0 swear on their bracelets to rondo their contracts more inviolable Narrow Escape tarv Willie Wots dls- IIslIl1l1lll1l1lIII1 rake Horrors I wiiz jest golu teat it Jude- Ordinance of tile City of Hartford Providing for the construction of pavements or sidewalks The City Council of the City of Hartford Kentucky do ordain as fol lowsSection 1 That a concrete pave ment of not less than 10 feet in width be constructed on the East side of Market street beginning at its inter section with Center street at the A T Nail corner and extending South on the East side of Market street and contiguous with same and in front of said Nail property fronting and abutting on said street a distance of 35 feet in length to the property til Mrs Maggie Griflin thence on same side of said street and contiguous with same in front of the said Griflir property butting on said street a distance of 22 feet in length to the property of J E Fogle thence same direction on same side of stiLl street and contiguous with same in front of said property abutting on said street a distance of 15 feet in length to the Her property thence in same direction on same side of said street andcontiguous with same in front of the said Her property fronting and abutting on said street a dis tance of 21 feet in length to the property of Mrs J A Thomas Section 2 That a brick pavement of not less than li feet in width be constructed on the North side of Washington street beginning at its intersection with Liberty street at the G B Williams corner and extending East n the North side of street and contiguous with same in front of the said Will iams property fronting and abutting on said street a distance of 160 feet n length to the property of J A Pnrkthenee on the same side of said street nail contiguous with same in front of said Park property abut ting on said street a distance of 11- 5fet in length to the John B Foster property Section 5J That a brick pavement cf not less thanH feet in width be l constructed on the North side of Clay street beginning at the West corner of Tom Stratum lot and extending East on the North side of said street and contiguous with sameand in front of said Stratton property fronting and abutting of said street a distanceof 140 feet in length to the property of G W Bunger then be ginning at the West corner of J E Davids idlot and extending East on the same side of the said street and contiguous with same in front i of the said Davidson property front ing and abutting on said street adis tance of 110 feet in length to Dog street then bfiinniiipr at tne West cornwof Mrs J A The mas lot r 1 t xf mlir Fist tin sarn sid of said street contiguous with same in front of the said Thomns property fronting and abutting on said street i distance of 150 feet in length to the property f G B Likens then beginning atthe West corner of- T H Blacks lot and extending E ist on the same side of said street and contiguous with same and in front of the said Black property fronting and abutting on said street- a distance of 90 feet in length to Fredrica street then beginning at the West corner of Mrs Mattie Bar retts property and extending East on the same side of said street and contiguous with same and in front of the said Barrett property front ing and abutting on said a distance of 10 feet to the of C ill CroweISection 1 That the brick pave merits ordered and directed by the City Council to be erected and constructed on the streets in the City of Hartford Kentucky as set out in section 1 2 and 3 of this article b constructed of good hard jaiin brick fitted togethet in such a manner as to make a good lasting and substantial pavement or side walk same to be placed on a bed c f sand properly leveled anti of not less than 3 inchesin depth and to be secured with a good stone curbing joined dressed and fitted together the same to he of not less than 15 inches in width and at least 3 inches thick placed on the side of the walk and contiguous with the same ntx to the street on which each of sail walks are ordered to bcconstructe1 Each and all of said pavements or walks including the concrete to Ill constructed and the grade of same j to be with reference to the lat um line as established by the orditnnct fixing and establishing the grade o f the streets and alley in said city which was adopted and enactel by thi Board of Trustees of said town at a meting of said Board held on the 5th day of September IflOO ISection 5 That if any of the pro or land owners whose property front and abut on the streets or alley where side walks or pavements are ordered and directed to be con structed by this ordinance as set out in section 1 2 3 and 4 fail or re fuse to makethe side ralks as order ed and directed herein on or before the 15th day of December 1905 after the enactment and publication of this ordinanc it shall be the duty of the marshal of said City to select and appoint three sober discreet intelli gent and disinterested housekeepers who after being first duly sworn by I the Mayor or sonic other officer authorized by law to administer an loath to faithfully discharge their I duties shall give to each delinquent abutting and fronting land owner who has failed and refused to comply with this ordinance written notice that they will go upon and assess separately the full value of each lots or portion of lots whose owners fail or refuse to comply with this ordinance in proportion to the frontage of said lot or loss on said stivets to the entire length of the whole improvement ordained to be ma le not to exceed a square to cover tin expense of the construction of assesI council and said Marshal or supervi I sor of streets shall advertise the let ting of each job of uncrnstructed or I uncurbed sidewalk as may remain un improved unconstructed uncurb el as above provided herein to be let on a day not more than fifteen days after the report of the apprais ers herein to the lowest and best bidder He will give due notice of i the letting of such work by adver sing same to be taken seperately or as a whqle as he deems best to the i said lowest and best bidder by pub lication in a newspaper published in said city at least fifteen lays before said day of letting He will require of the contractor of said work to en ter into a written contractor with the City Council of said City in which the specifications herein made for each and all of said pavements shall be inserted for such pavements as he shall by his contract undertake to construct He shall furnish good and sufficient security to be approved by an order of the City Council to faithfully perform his asid Contract and said contraction shall have a lien upon the property fronting and abutting on the street where said pavement or side walk is to be constructed for the contract price of said work In the event of the fail pre of any ont hit for anti secure t iill contract ir contracts the n said City Council upon such failure will proceed to make said pavements anti curbing according to the specifi cations contained in this lIIti lI 1 nil retaining a lien upon said property for the expense of the construction thereof Section 7 The expense incurred in making and constructing the side walks or pavements nnd grading for same shall be paid by the owner of i land fronting and abutting thureon each lots or portion of n lot being as sessed for the full value thereof in porportion to the frontage thereof t improvement not exceeding asquare sufficient to cover the tttlexpeimse of the workI Approved October 7 IsiOi- UOWAN HOIIWOOK Mayor Attest S A ANDKHSON Clerk I BEST FOR THE- BOWELS yoi btrent k regular nulthr mnrenntit of tbo IIt ery dsy your III or will be Ktrpyoar open ftntl well force In the shapA of ylolsot I or 0111 IOtOfl is Tb smoothest easiest Bio t perfect way of keeping the bowels cletr and close Ii to Uk- oCANDY I CATHARTIC EAT EM LIKE CANDY rietiint PiUUble Patent Tuite JooJ Do OooJ Nerer Sicken Wetken orflrlpet to a and M eenti p f boi Write for free umple aol book let on health Addreii W Sterling Remedy Conpinj Chlcito Of Ntw York KEEP YOUR BLOOD CLEAN 15000 TELEGRAPHERS NEEDED IIIIIrI I Ill tb r1 111 4rItIIKaUriim riinl IaI illIt iiiiirllM I 0 0 I YOUNG MEN t1 LAOiiSu 10 I LEARrt TELEGRAPHY ftirz 3t r5Asess =n 7wVlnrni li r IKT MMI t nf t h irui ri nnil stiitlun AitrntK In A lir4e ii I inr it slmuU IT k liirirH i pjiliiiilrt Trliirtiii S IMIN In the 4irll ilnlill h l vrtirn HIM ihlnrcril In nil I nine liHiimiv itthIn1 Vrnnlll tti HillHl III VTV ntnlillt til- n rii lli him ur wr n MI IIHM IHIVIIIK rin Y 10 in fiMn wnnih 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you buy y WrapsOf all descriptions Pattern Hats Dont buy before you sco this lino of ready to wear Hats they are pattern Hats of III the latest Eastern models at prices cheaper than yon can have them constructed bv millinersm ShesElI timingiti want uliIitt prices IA lower than those of our competitors g Adens Hats Shoes and Neck mmmmW every thing needed for the home big line of bice- K m Curtains Window Shades Curtain Poles Counter CarpetsH PJ laici many ut mer too numerous to umientitimiIfa Uroceries are cheap if you buy them from us 1mq sell thu best Granulated Sugar IS pounds to the 101mJ 1Jar and will trout you equally as O11OIl all m articles m I Brown Mercantile Co i IXCOIirOliATKD mGof One Standard Graphophone FREE bargains we are constantly offering to we have decided to give away FREESAVE HighGrade Talking Machine 25 worth of goods For 30 days only Beginning October 1905 Graphophone FREE FREE We have contract ed with the Stand ard Talking Machine Co of Chicago the largest firm of the kind in the worldto furnish us with a number of highgraleTalking which we intend giving away abso ahthis machine has no equal u Tins is a disc talking machine not It toy with n speaking roeord1ut is mechnnic ally perfect with full natural tone and is tho MOST SATISFACTORY instrument on the market It is yours without cost This ollurri an extraordinary opportunity to every family in Ohio county to secure a lontcforget this offer is for M days only Dont overlook this chance to get a talking machine free See who will be the first to get one LONG a COMPANYS BCOJNOMY STORE Hartford9 Kentucky